Blow for Arsenal as CEO confirms new contract for attacking target

Inter Milan CEO Beppe Marotta has confirmed that a new contract is set to be announced in the coming 10 days, in a blow to both Arsenal and Tottenham.

The two London clubs were both strongly linked with a move for the forward this summer, with the belief that the Nerazzurri would consider a sale due to their financial issues following the Coronavirus pandemic, but no deal was struck before the transfer window closed.

Spurs efforts may well have been centred around the sale of Harry Kane, before he ended up staying put also, while Arsenal’s attempts could also have stemmed around their attempt to offload Alexandre Lacazette, another deal which failed to happen.

While the Frenchman remains likely to leave with less than 12 months remaining on his current terms, we may now have to look for an alternative option to replace him with Marotta stating that a new deal with Lautauro will be announced inside the next fortnight.

The Inter CEO told La Gazzetta: ‘We are going to announce his extension within ten days, he is the future of Inter and we want to keep him at the club.’

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  1. Declan says:

    Took a bit of reading until the players name was mentioned, and then only his first name, or did I miss something?

    1. jon fox says:

      Declan, what that “long search til the name finally appeared ” tells me, is that the name and indeed the whole story too, are of far less importance to PATRICK than finding something, ANYTHING, to write about and thus fill space for JA in its consistent urge to write articles , even when they are of no interest or no consequence.

      I have thought this for all the many years I have been on JA. As it is clearly TRUE!

      1. Admin Pat says:

        I know that you Jon could write 10 Arsenal masterpieces a day but we are not all so gifted, so please stop judging….

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