Arsenal named as the club that can persuade top midfielder to move to England

Fabian Ruiz wants to leave Napoli, but he prefers a return to Spain.

The midfielder has been on Arsenal’s radar as he impresses at the Naples side.

The Gunners have bolstered their midfield in the last few transfer windows and they will continue to add fine talent to the squad.

They could also allow Mohamed Elneny to walk free at the end of this campaign, and they should replace the Egyptian midfielder.

Ruiz is on their wishlist, but the Spain international wants to return home.

This means any club in another country that has an interest in his signature faces an enormous task in convincing him to join them.

Corriere dello Sport via Sport Witness says he was the subject of interest from Newcastle United in January.

He turned the Magpies down and maintains he wants a return to Spain.

However, the report also claims he will move to England if Arsenal becomes serious about signing him.

Mikel Arteta’s side is the only club that can persuade him to move to the Premier League.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Ruiz would be an amazing player to add to our midfield and he will be a significant upgrade to Elneny should the Egyptian leave the club.

However, the Spaniard will not lack suitors in the summer and we need to prepare a strong proposal for both him and his club to win the race.

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  1. You would have thought he would be Xhaka’s replacement as they play similar roles but we do need a like for like replacement for Elneny too and think Phillips or Kessie-free transfer are the best options.

  2. It was claimed he is not interested in arsenal,if this is true they better not waste the whole window trying to persuade him to join us so we don’t end up failing to sign a replacement which might be very dicey especially with cl football.same goes for all other targets.

  3. If we get into CL, it wont be difficult to attract good players, Ruiz, Kesy and Kalvin Phillips, to name a few. The main thing is that we must be focussed and consistent in the remainder of this season and the rest will follow once we get into CL.

  4. I think it’s a good idea though we should remain focused to the rest of the games why spend and we still have players who haven’t been utilised to the maximum

  5. Agree with the guys above, with CL football we become a really attractive proposition for players. I think we should maintain our stance of signing players under 23-24 to protect and enhance their values. The evidence is plain to see now, Arsenal is a football club you become a better player at.

    Every player has improved this season. Laca has been nothing superb despite his lack of goals. Partey is different to the player he was at Athletico, he seems a more rounded player. Even Soares is looking like a solid back up RB lately fair play to him. But the icing on the cake as well as ESR, Saka and Martinelli is Odegaard.

    What a player, he is everything Ozil should have been. I don’t think a player has produced so many key passes since Dennis Bergkamp. Then there’s the work rate, willing Ness to win the ball back. His ability to play in the tight spaces and the way he keeps defenders and midfielders guessing with his movement, he’s an enigma opposition teams can’t figure out at the moment.

    I’m not expecting a win on Wednesday, but would nice to see progress like we did against City. If we can pick up a pt great three points would be outstanding. We at home but Liverpool are a super strong side going for the treble and have the experience and firepower to nullify us.

    But we’re now a very good team and should push for the win. Especially with another pointless international friendly break looming where Ramsdale, Saka, ESR and White will no doubt be in the mix for a starting place

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