Arsenal target heading for the Premier League and they are in pole position to sign him

Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio is the subject of interest from Premier League clubs and Arsenal is leading the race for his signature at the moment.

The Spaniard has had an injury-ravaged time in recent seasons and Todofichajes says he is no longer untouchable at the Spanish capital club.

The report claims that Madrid will be happy to keep hold of him, but they aren’t closing the door on selling him either.

Los Blancos are reshaping their squad ahead of next season when they hope to win La Liga again.

Asensio will play an important role if he stays, but the interest from England is strong.

The report claims that Mikel Arteta is a huge fan of his and the Spanish boss is looking to add him to his squad in this transfer window.

Although he has interest from the likes of Tottenham and Liverpool, Arsenal is seen as the front runner.

The Gunners know several clubs want him and they have made their move.

The report claims that they are prepared to take him to London for around 40m euros.

Madrid and Arsenal have a good relationship that helped the Gunners secure the loan transfer of the likes of Dani Ceballos and Martin Odegaard in the last year.

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  1. Makes a lot of sense. Sell a promising Young Gun academy talent (Willock) So we can bring in funds to buy crocked has been foreign players, who’ll s op end more time in the treatment room, than on the pitch, while they rake in huge weekly wages. What a joke…😠

    1. We do have medical personnel on the rolls, and they too need work.Cannot let them be jobless. They need to earn their wage, so we need injury prone players too. Plus we do need to keep the bankers under stress by shelling out wages for reduced income.Finally the club needs to keep the fans under stress too with poor signings and poor performances.

      1. Gunner22, your thinking is out of this world. Come on, you are so laughable comrade. i like your super thoughts, using your brains
        so inteligengly.

  2. I think football sometimes requires experience too.. A move for Marco Asensio will be a good one because the current state of the team right now requires strength, creativity and experience. Something which Asensio can provide for us. Arsenal this time is struggling because the team is dominated by young averaged players.. The difference is clear compared to other clubs like City, Man United and so on.. We need old experienced players too to help the boys achieve the goal..

    You cannot compared the team now to before when we had players like Mikel Arteta, Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil, Alexis Sanchez Nacho Montreal, per Metesacher, Bernayon, Thomas Rosisky, and co..

    We started depreciating gradually since the departure of Arsene Wenger and now we have become an average team. We’re no deferent from the likes of westbrom, Norwich, Aston Villa, wolves and and the rest of them.

    If we can sign matured players I think they can help bring the team back on track.. currently we’re linked with James Madison, I think is a good move and also the likes of Asensio can be a welcomed development.

    1. It’ll be great to sign a player who made a mighty 73 league starts in 5 seasons out of a possible 190. Add 18 goals and 18 assists in that five seasons. 40 million quids for that???

      We are already paying a few millions for the really “MATURED” player Willian for the next two years. Why pay for Asensio too?

    2. Sorry, we began depreciating under Arsene Wenger – from top 2 to top 4 to top 6! All his latter years signings have flopped – Mustafi, Xhaka, Kolasinac, Elneney, Lacazette, Perez, Petr Chek, Ozil renewed contract – disgusting indeed. Due to this we dropped so low, had the board backed a proper manager like Unai Emery with his signings and stood firm against the backstabbers, traitors and rotten apples, we would have been Euro Champs and been in the top 4. Mikel has a mountain to climb – higher than the Everest with these poor to avearge players who can no longer be either coached or trained. If Mikel can rejuvinate Asensio than 40M is a steal.

      1. 👍 LC, unfortunately few see what a difficult task Emery had in following Arsene Wenger and jolting certain players out of their comfort zone to improve on the previous season’s results, without a say in transfers.
        At least Mikel Arteta has been supported with transfers and particularly discipline, an area where Unai Emery was hung out to dry.

  3. Marco Asensio (when not injuried) is a class player. No doubt. I’m just a bit worried if he is too injury prone.
    But selling Willock will be very stupid. Willock has done EXTREMELY well at Newcastle and he is continuing his scoring (the goal against Chelsea counts in my book) Joe Willock is one of the most promissing Arsenal talents, who naturally should be given the chance in Arsenals first team this season. How could Willock do more to convince Arteta?

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