Chelsea monitoring Arsenal’s bid to tie key man to a new deal

Gabriel Martinelli has matured into a leading marksman at Arsenal this season and that is one reason we are thriving.

Having had to wait to become a key player under Mikel Arteta, he is now one of the first names on the team sheet.

Arsenal will want to build their team around him, and he is showing he is worth such a prestigious position.

But his contract expires in 2024 and his current earnings do not reflect his recent standings on the team.

The Gunners know this and they are working hard to ensure he makes more money on his next deal.

It remains unclear if their offer would be good enough for the Brazilian and a rival is circling.

Christian Falk of Bild reveals Chelsea has an interest in the attacker and they are monitoring his contract talks with the Gunners.

The Blues have been investing in exciting new players recently, and Martinelli is on their radar as well.

Just Arsenal Opinion

The position we are in at the moment makes us more likely to keep Martinelli than lose him.

That does not mean we should be complacent in talks to keep him. We must be prepared to offer him an amount that reflects his status on the team now.

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  1. Martinelli is not going anywhere. He just said that he wants to stay at Arsenal. The way he is starting every league game and getting time in Europe as well, plus the way the team is building around him and Saka on the wings, as well as he loves Arsenal, and don’t forget Arteta… I could go on but I won’t. He’s Arsenal through and through and I don’t expect him to up and leave the project he’s been a part of and helped build to go to another team (let alone a rival team) for a slight bit more money than Arsenal offer and the “promise” of more trophies, not when he’s on the cusp of getting ready to start winning them now, with Arsenal, with the team he loves.

  2. Yes, he’s always dreamed of playing for.. Graham Potter.

    The age of Chelski is over. The time of the Gunners has come!

  3. I don’t worry, but we need to be more ruthless with players not signing new contracts. Selling players to open doors for others, could be an interesting approach.

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