Everton tells Arsenal how much Onana will cost them

Amadou Onana is a player that Arsenal is keen on signing this month, and Everton has communicated the asking price for the midfielder.

Since his move to Everton, Onana has earned recognition as one of the top midfielders in the Premier League, making him a desirable target for Arsenal as they seek to enhance their squad.

While there is significant interest in Onana from various clubs across Europe, Arsenal appears to be particularly earnest in their pursuit. Everton, on the other hand, is interested in retaining Onana until the end of the season.

In the event that Arsenal persists in securing his services in this transfer window, a report from Football Insider indicates that the Gunners would need to pay £60 million for Onana’s signature. Everton perceives this figure as reflective of his current market value and deems it a fair deal for parting ways with a key player at this stage of the season.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Onana is a superb midfielder who could become our heir to Thomas Partey, but we do not need a new midfielder this month.

We need a striker, which should be our focus in this transfer window, even though it will be difficult to find a world-class solution to that problem this month.

But we must get a goalscorer because it could be the difference in our quest to lift the Premier League trophy.

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  1. No! JA opinion. I beg to differ from your opinion that Arsenal should only focus on signing a new striker in this January transfer window. But leave the signing of a new Dmf aside.
    But if Arsenal does sign a new striker eventually this January, but leave the signing of a new Dmf aside.
    Then, it will amount to uncompleted very necessary incoming transfer job dine by Arsenal this term. For, definitely, rsnal need a new striker and Cdmf signings this winter window to strongly enhanced their chances to win both the Epl and Ucl titles this season. And I want to Believe that Arteta knows this.

  2. For me, we need a midfielder who can enable Rice to play more advanced and help our attackers to function as they did last year. That’s if we can’t get the right attacker at the right price We play poorly because we miss Partey and Xhaka badly,

    Rather than sign a make-shift attacker now, it’s better to sign a good midfielder and a good defence guy and then sign the right attacker in the summer

  3. As for the reported £60m transfer fee said to have been told Arsenal to pay for Amaduo Onana to sign him this term. If Arsenal are very keen and desire to add him to their midfield. I think the club SHOULD negotiate with Everton to lower their asking price significantly for his signing by Arsenal. To accept a swap plus cash deal. Or accept a loan of a player at Arsenal with or without an option to buy at the end of the season.
    But I am not teaching Arsenal what they should do in this matter. For, they are very vastly experienced in this kind of thing

  4. There are many midfielders who would like their talents to allow them to be considered heirs to Thomas Partey. From the relatively limited occasions I’ve observed Onana’s play, he is not likely one to qualify in the future. Even if we believed he might ultimately reach Partey’s level, 60 million pounds at this point in time would appear to be too much to risk.

  5. We couldn’t beat Liverpool at our place but Fulham are leading at their place…..it’s a strange game is football.

  6. We couldn’t beat Fulham at their place and we couldn’t beat Liverpool at our place, funny old game!!

  7. We don’t need a new midfielder?

    We have been seeking additions since 2022, danilo then Luiz, then caicedo, yes we signed rice but it’s always been clear another was needed. Lakonga didn’t work out. Partey cannot be trusted due to injury history and ultimately when he seemed to bottle.it from Liverpool onwards last season. Our problem is lb and midfield. Sort them issues out and the scoring will return

  8. We definitely need a left back and Robinson of Fulham ticks most of the boxes.Of course he is a conventional attacking full back and that in itself may not appeal to our Manager given with his fixation for things inverted.

    1. Great suggestion. He impresses me as well and would likely be available at a reasonable price & wage. Him and Martinelli could be an incredible combination on the left.

  9. If Arteta felt it right to splash £65million for Havertz, then £60million for Onana is more than justified. This is the problem with irrational, sentimental purchase decisions not based on merit. They inflate market prices to the detriment of everyone including themselves. The salary structure already messed up as things stand, because decisions are based on fleeting emotions. Inexperience is a killer wherever education is lacking.

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