Arsenal’s plan to sign Salzburg star is revealed

Arsenal’s interest in Dominik Szoboszlai is strong, and the Gunners have already devised a plan that would see them sign him by comfortably paying his release clause.

The 20 year old has emerged as one of the most sought-after players in Europe at the moment, and he was named in the top 10 for the TuttoSport Golden Boy award only this week.

His fine form for RB Salzburg has caught the attention of Arsenal, but the Gunners aren’t the only team looking to sign him when the transfer window reopens.

The Gunners know about the competition, but they are also keen to sign a new creative midfielder for their team ahead of the new season and he has now emerged as a top target.

The Hungarian has a £23million release clause written into his current deal and Arsenal is happy to pay it.
They might, however, struggle to pay all of it in one go and they have devised a plan to achieve that.

Mirror Football claims that the Gunners are prepared to make a move for him with a proposal that will see them pay his release clause, but in three instalments.
This is a similar agreement to the one that they struck with Lille for the transfer of Nicolas Pepe, but it remain unclear if Salzburg will accept it.

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  1. We may miss out on him if that’s the case. If many teams want him then some may pay his release clause in one go.

  2. In other words this is just groundless speculation and he will definitely not be coming to Arsenal , knowing how we even struggle to sign the likes of William. Edu is only capable of giving us David Luiz, Cedric and Mari.

  3. 23m… wow, we can’t manage that in one go – there’ll be plenty of others out there who will!

    I don’t want to miss out on him… you never know, we may be pleasantly surprised, just like we were with TP 🤞

  4. if this is be believed, we’re a joke 23m in 3 instalments?

    Theres haggling and theres just being a damn right see you next tuestday.

    that price is a bargin, just go in pay the 23m and take him before anyone else does, in 2 seasons that 23m will seem so small when his valuation jumps to over 50m

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