Arsenal plots to offer a new long-term deal to coveted player

Arsenal is planning to offer a new deal to Gabriel Magalhaes as he continues to attract the attention of other clubs.

The defender has been at the Emirates since 2020 and he has a deal which doesn’t expire until 2025, but he has become the subject of interest from other European clubs recently.

Juventus has reportedly made him their primary target to replace the departed Giorgio Chiellini and they are circling the Brazilian.

He is a pillar in the current Arsenal team and they cannot lose him at this stage of their rebuild.

The Gunners are now planning to offer him a new deal, according to The Sun.

The report claims he is one player they cannot allow to leave now and they want to show that by offering him improved terms on his current earnings.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Gabriel is so key for us that we will almost certainly go back in our rebuild if we lose the defender now.

He has proven to be invaluable to us since he moved to the Emirates and we need to do all we can to ensure he remains at the club beyond the next few summers.

Giving him a new and improved deal is certainly the right way to go because it will keep him happy and settled at the club.

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  1. Been a good player for us, but as much as I like him if a club were to offer 50 million or so I would sell Gabriel.

    We still have a ways to go for CL qualification, and I think next year will be more difficult than this last year.

    The 4 clubs above us have better and proven managers, better squads of players, and we couldn’t hold the top 4 with only PL games to play this Spring.

    I have yet to see anything from the manager or players themselves convincing anyone they are a top 4 club.

    1. I dont know what football u watching. But arsenal is the London team wearing red and white..
      There’s a shit lot of improvement, we will make champions league as a matter of fact the top 5 qualifies as of the coming season

      1. Wrong on all fronts in your post Adrian
        Improvement is in the eye of the beholder and what they want to see ,obviously you need glasses
        And the new CL rules come into effect in 2024 .
        So before you spout nonsense atleast have abit of knowledge first .

      2. Adrian you are entitled to your opinion, we see things differently.

        A lot of improvement? We were already 5th 2 1/2 years ago, but if you mean better than two 8th place finishes under Arteta, then I agree.

        We had 4th in hand, 3 games to go and 4 points up. Loss to Spuds hurt, but we were up by 1 point. The collapse to Newcastle killed us, that’s not improvement in my book.

        To me that’s yet another collapse under pressure, failed to show up when it mattered, and worst of all didn’t even put up a fight.

        But hey, if that’s improvement to you, it’s your opinion.

  2. No way Gabriel is the key for Arsenal position now clubs look elsewhere please for now please

  3. Gabriel is the best CB at Arsenal according to me. Much better than Ben White and Rob Holding. Only Saliba if he were to return next season and replicate his form at Marseille would be an improvement. So in my view, hands off him to Serie A clubs. Extend his contract at the Emirates as a left footed centre back. I don’t think there is another one at our club.

  4. Gabriel is our main CB for sure. Saliba will have to compete with Ben White.
    Few things we need for a top 4 .
    1. Tie down Saka to a new long term contract.
    2. Buy Jesus and Tillemans .
    3 . Get Ganarby .
    4. Try to keep Partey and Trienny fit for key games by enough rotation.
    5. Put second string for Europa league and club competition .
    6 . Target for Saka should be 18 goals . Marteinelli or Ganarby from left wing should be 15 goals . Jesus should be 12 goals and Odegard at 10 goals. Subs and rest should get 20 goals . That’s 75 goals
    7. Reduce the number of defeats to less than 10.
    8 . Increase defensive record

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