Arsenal’s financial limits could scupper move for Premier League star

Amadou Onana has emerged as one of the most coveted players in the Premier League, with both Arsenal and Chelsea expressing interest in the Everton midfielder.

As the most valuable player at Everton, Onana is expected to play a pivotal role in the club’s performance this season, especially given their current struggles, including a ten-point deduction that poses the risk of relegation.

Aware that Onana is likely to depart in the summer, Everton has set an asking price for his transfer. Voetbalkrant reports that they are seeking 60 million euros for the former Lille star and are holding out for this amount from potential suitors, including Arsenal.

However, Arsenal faces financial constraints and can only offer around 50 million euros for Onana’s signature. This discrepancy in valuation may pose a challenge for the Gunners in their pursuit of the talented midfielder.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Onana is a fine midfielder, and most Premier League fans would love to see him playing for their club.

We know he has a lot of suitors, but we also must try not to overpay for a player who does not have a lot of European experience.

In the summer, other options will also emerge, and we will have the chance to make the right choice to improve our squad.

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  1. Have Arsenal not moved on from their willingness and pressing need to sign Amadou Onana during last winter transfer window?
    I think they have moved on from whatever was the reason that made them to not sign him.
    For, they have adapted using other options available in their squad. And are now intensely focusing on their Epl and Ucl campaigns to excell in them by winning the two competitions priced titles this season unfailingly.
    However, Arsenal could revisit the Onana signing by them next summer window. But if they still deem it fit to sign him.
    More so, if the prevailing circumstances at the transfer market have not overtaken their possible signing of Onana to sign different new top quality defensive midfield enforcer.

  2. If €50 mil is the limit of our transfer budget, then it’s going to a disappointing summer transfer window unless we raise at least that much on sales.

  3. The article writer seems to have inside knowledge of the asking price and what we can afford, perhaps he would like to state his source for these figures? But in any case a discrepancy of just £10 million is hardly an obstacle we couldn’t overcome, it’s small change to a club like ours!

  4. I hope Raya’s transfer fee is spread over several seasons rather than one lump sum. Am excited to see who we will add to this team come summer

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