Arsenal ready five-year deal to tempt Finland international to the Emirates

Arsenal are claimed to be ready to try and tempt Glen Kamara away from Rangers with the offer of a five-year deal.

The midfielder was recently in the tabloids after being on the receiving end of supposed racial abuse during their Europa League clash with Slavia Prague.

Arsenal had the pleasure of eliminating the Czech side in the following round of the competition, and we are now believed to be looking into the possibility of signing the Rangers star.

Kamara actually came through the ranks at the Emirates, signing his first professional contract with Arsenal in 2014, but failed to be selected for the squad of a Premier League match. He was an unused substitute for one Champions League game, and made his only senior appearance in the League Cup against Sheffield Wednesday in 2015, but spent the majority of his time either on loan or with the youth teams.

The midfielder has earned his place as a first-team regular since joining Rangers however and is now being eyed for a return to North London.

The FootballInsider now claims that his sources are aware that Arsenal are looking into a deal to sign him on a five-year deal.

Would 25 year-old Kamara be a great addition to our midfield options?

Patrick

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9 Comments

  1. awida says:

    i wil choose bissouma instead

    1. Reggie says:

      I would but i think he has bigger fish to fry than us.

  2. Ba Elkhirsawy says:

    Can we look at josh dasilva, he has been great for Bentford, came out if Arsenal academy as well.
    Left footed, agile, strong, perfect competitor to Xhaka.

  3. Grandad says:

    Kamara is a very good player in what is a poor quality League I’m afraid to say as a Scotsman.I very much doubt if he would make an impression on the EPL whereas we know Bissouma has been very influential for Brighton.

    1. Bobs says:

      You won’t know if not tried out.
      We fans don’t want a player who is not EPL proven expecially if he is not worldclass or atleast tearing the league apart but blame the club for not stealing them from the clutches of the club who signed them.

      Bissouma is one who got away and now valued for 30M.
      Van dirk from Celtic
      Kante from Caen
      Mane from Salzburg
      Mahrez from Le Harve

      Many players are better than players in all big 6 but can’t prove it in there current club.

      But that said, I prefer Bissouma…lolz

  4. JW says:

    Arsenal have been buying average PL players since before Wenger left. Then two or three years later they have to get them off the books because the team keeps getting worse. Now we find ourselves stuck in the middle of the Table, and the fans are fed up! To make matters worse, we shoot ourselves in the foot by selling our best keeper, by spending money renting players from Real Madrid who we cannot retain, money perhaps we could have spent on buying one really good player.
    I suggest that neither Kamara nor Bissouma are better than what we currently have in the team, so why buy them?
    Until we break out of this rut and buy one or two “top class” players each summer window, we will not see the UCL again for some time!

  5. Grandad says:

    Well JW , if you think Bissouma is not a top class player,you have obviously not seen many Brighton matches this season.

  6. kjelli says:

    I have fallen off the Bissuma fan wagon, he is average and
    would not add more quality say f I Willock does
    or amn. even .. we need to buy a world class player !!

  7. durand says:

    IF anyone has a hard time figuring out what Bissouma offers to his Brighton team, or considers him an “average” player, Perhaps they should stick with FIFA21.

    Bissouma is a solid, consistent, all-around midfielder that works his socks off. Put him in a squad like Arsenal, where he has a playmaker (ESR) in front, and Partey to pivot with and watch him shine.

    Not to mention letting him play with and learn from Partey; that will pay dividends for years to come. 40 million will look cheap in a few years as he develops, so seriously hope we bring him in.

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