Arsenal reignites their interest in Galatasaray defender

Arsenal has reignited their interest in Victor Nelsson of Galatasaray as their search for a Jurrien Timber replacement continues.

The Gunners are looking for last-minute solutions and will see if they will find the right player to improve their options.

They have a long-standing interest in Nelsson, as the Dane had done well enough to impress them in recent matches.

However, they have not been this serious until now and are hopeful they will seal the deal for his signature soon.

Turkish Football reveals they are preparing an offer for him and he could be the man that joins them to cushion the effect of losing Timber.

It remains unclear how much Gala will want, but the defender is expected to be keen on the move, which will make it easier for Arsenal to get their man.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Nelsson has been on our radar for some time and the 24-year-old is one player that we expect to do well for us if he makes the move to the Emirates.

But time is running out and we need to act fast if we are serious about replacing Timber because when the transfer window shuts, we won’t be able to do anything.

We have other defenders in the squad who should step up, but in the event of a defensive crisis, we could struggle to get good players to start games for us at the back.

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  1. I’m not sure Arsenal want another defender right now when the likes of Holding, Cedric and Tavares are still on the books. There simply is no room for another
    Moreover It was reported a while back that Timber’s injury may not be as bad as we may be thinking

  2. The Kronke’s used to be our downfall, now it is Arteta who is bringing us down. He is stubborn and annoying. Why is he fixing when is not broken. Kai Havertz is not good for the Gunners. Fabio is far better than him.

  3. Well, it took one year to develop Favio to play at the level he show last game,so why not to be patient with Havertz and in maybe less time he will be a very effective player.
    In relation to this matter,of the 200 millions spend in transfers this summer only half of that money(the amount paid for Rice) will benefit us this campaign,the other half(the amount paid for Havertz and Timber) will bring benefits next year.So we may not reach the level previously expected…… bad luck.

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