Arsenal to revive their interest in Brazilian midfielder

A report on The Sun reveals Arsenal will splash the cash in the January transfer window and one of the players they could sign is Palmeiras’ Danilo.

They were keen to add the midfielder to their squad in the last transfer window, but they couldn’t find an agreement with his present employer.

Arsenal then attempted to sign Aston Villa’s Douglas Luiz before the transfer window closed, which ended in yet more disappointment.

They had been tipped to move for the EPL star in January, but he has extended his deal at Villa Park, which makes it harder for Arsenal to sign him now.

Because of this development, the report claims they will revive their interest in Danilo instead.

Arsenal is prepared to back Mikel Arteta in the next transfer window so that they can sustain their title push until the end of the season.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Our failure to sign a midfielder in the last transfer window means we will always be short in that area if one player is unavailable to play.

Because of this, we must sign someone new at the next opportunity we get, but Danilo might struggle to get used to playing in the Premier League at first.

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  1. Don’t know much about him tbh but by all accounts he is touted as very talented and seems like a legitimate target of ours with this one being one of the more credible transfer speculation circulating, given the price range £22M-£26M which should leave enough change for a winger signing and maybe a cheap left sided central defender (N’dicka?) Indicates this seems most likely to happen. Apparently he can play in the no.6 and no.8 role so can cover for both Xhaka and Partey(depending on Elneny recovery of course).

  2. I confess I know nothing of the player or his quality.
    Is he considered competition for a midfield spot or just depth?

    Is he expected to contribute immediately, or a future player like Marquinhos?

    Are there better options out there than this player?

    I only have questions at this point, with context it’s hard to say if this is good business or not.

    I would appreciate anyone who can enlighten me, perhaps watches him play or knowledgeable about the player? I don’t rely on You Tube snippets as they can be quite misleading.

  3. Have seen the kid and he’s not yet the finish article.

    Plays on both sides of the midfield as a # 6 plays mainly on the left recently offers much physicality and a hard worker.
    He seems to be developing, he is stronger and more technical than Lonkango but I see him more for the future.

    He is a regular starter for his club

    1. There is a sixteen year old kid that plays for the same club his name is Endrick Moreira, scores over the weekend that looks to be the next big thing coming out of Brazil

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