Could Arsenal really sell Eddie Nketiah for 50 million?

Eddie Nketiah is one Arsenal player who, regrettably, may be leaving this summer. Whatever perspective you choose, there is every reason to assume the 25-year-old’s continued presence at the Emirates Stadium will be a waste of his talents next season.

Kai Havertz is set to lead the line, but there is speculation that another striker will be hired to deputise the German international.

Even without the signing of another striker, many believe Gabriel Jesus will be Havertz’s deputy.

Bottom line: Nketiah’s chances to feature on this Arsenal team will be slimmer than ever. He just needs to go and reestablish himself elsewhere. I’m sure there’s a PL club that will be lucky to have him lead their line.

That being said, how much do you believe we can make from his sale? According to journalist Connor Humm, Arsenal values Eddie Nketiah at £50 million and has set that as the asking price if they sell him this summer.

Let’s be honest: for a striker who scored five goals and two assists in 27 games, most teams surely would be unwilling to part with such a fee.

We don’t want to lose Nketiah for cheap, but £50 million is too much to ask, don’t you think? As much as I’d like to see that happen, I don’t think anyone would pay for it. Obviously Eddie has never had a long run in the first team to find his scoring boots and he may explode at another club with regular games, but will that asking price only frighten off his suitors, making it difficult for us to let him go, don’t you think?

Daniel O


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  1. Obviously wouldn’t fetch 50 million, neither are we selling. The earlier the fans know there won’t be any incoming striker this summer, the better. Our current striking options are what we’ve got next season. Eddie is a player the club wants to keep.

  2. Another wasteful Folden with miss shots and giving the ball away. He even caused Saka’s goal to be disallowed through his off side.
    The manager instead of taking off his beloved Folden, he takes off Saka, who was England’s only goal threat that created England’s best attacking move. Unfortunately for Saka, Folden was offside. The England manager is too stubborn, and keeps unsuccessfully trying to justify Folden being on the pitch.
    The manager has unbalanced the team. The constant inclusion of the wasteful Folden will be his downfall.

  3. He got long contract with us – loan him next season to get regular games – but we make sure the team will give him regular games.

    If he explodes – we can retain him or sell him in higher price

    If he didn’t make it – we sell him on reasonable price

    1. a.k.a.

      let a subpar player run down their contract and ensure we get as little as possible for their sale…if we can even sell

      Sell now, take whatever we can get and move of. Get the wages off the books

  4. If we aren’t going to buy a striker that will win us the league ok but please sell Eddie ASAP!

    On top of MA giving him ridiculous wages, he’s now occupying a spot in the squad that could be for a talented youngster. Sell him and promote if we aren’t going to buy.

    We’ve all seen our talented youth leaving because players like Eddie are allowed to waste a spot and give them no chance

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