Arsenal told how much their Premier League target will cost

Arsenal remains interested in signing Marc Guehi, who has emerged as a key player for England during Euro 2024.

With Harry Maguire absent, the Crystal Palace defender has impressed and become an integral part of Gareth Southgate’s squad.

His performances have drawn attention from several clubs, potentially complicating Palace’s efforts to retain him. While Palace aims to keep their best players, the interest in Guehi makes it challenging for them to hold onto him.

Arsenal sees Guehi as a player who could strengthen their team under Mikel Arteta and is preparing to make a move for him.

According to a report in the Daily Telegraph, Palace has set an asking price of £65 million for Guehi. This valuation aligns with their strategy as his contract runs until 2026, making this an opportune moment to consider a sale.

However, competition for Guehi’s signature is fierce, with Liverpool and Chelsea also showing interest. This competition suggests that Arsenal will face challenges in securing his transfer.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Guehi has been one of the finest defenders in the Premier League, and it would be great if we could sign him this summer.


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  1. Worth the money. Arsenal must buy Guehi and Olise. Seeing as Palace has shown interest in Nketiah, smith Rowe and Nelson, maybe players swapped plus additional cash deal can be made.

  2. Too much of the transfer budget for a backup defender. Good player, but he doesn’t beat out Saliba or Gabriel.

    Too many positions to fill first; 2 midfielders and a backup striker are more pressing than 65 million for 3rd choice CB.
    There are cheaper options.

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