Inter Milan ready to put large portion of summer budget on Tomiyasu

Despite Arsenal’s firm stance that Takehiro Tomiyasu is not available for transfer, Inter Milan remains persistent in their pursuit of the defender, disregarding the warning.

Mikel Arteta highly values the Japan international and deems him as a crucial asset, thus ruling out any possibility of his departure during this transfer window.

Nevertheless, Inter is resolute in its interest and has placed Tomiyasu at the forefront of its list of targeted defenders.

Even though Arsenal rejected their initial approach, FC Inter 1908 has reported that Inter is gearing up to make another attempt. They are allocating a significant portion of their transfer budget for this summer with the intention of securing Tomiyasu’s signature.

Inter is optimistic that a substantial offer could tempt Arsenal into considering the sale of one of their most dependable squad members. Despite Arsenal’s assertion of Tomiyasu’s untouchable status, Inter is determined to test their resolve.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Tomi is one of the finest defenders in our squad and he can play on both flanks, making him a player we certainly do not want to lose for whatever reason.

He may not be a starter, but he is one of the best options we have off the bench in the squad now.

Losing him will mean we need one more defender to strengthen the group.

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  1. OT: the latest scandalous ref blunder. Not awarding a Wolves a cast iron penalty for Onana taking the Wolves player out. VAR ducked their duty and the joke standard of VAR and the joke standard of REFS STINK TO HIGH HEAVEN.

    United were outplayedfor the whole game and Wolves were robbbed

    1. Sad state of affairs jon fox, they literally overlooked it and booked the poor manager protesting in the side lines, think wolves played a role in their defeat as well as the failed to put away at least two of their numerous chances and counters they created by breezing past the team in humilliating manners “full of leaders”.

    2. Jon.
      Firstly How are you keeping. Good to have the conversations back after the break in PL football.
      Agree with you. The decision was “Old Traffordish” as Arsene Wenger has said in the past for some other scandalous decisions in the past.
      The goalkeeper did not even get a card for violent conduct even if the ref did not give a penalty.

      The ONLY (repeat ONLY) argument that VAR could have had, was that the ball had already gone before Onana clattered the Wolves player.

      Wolves are a good side. I thought we did not play well enough on Sat but compared to Man Utd yesterday we were the equivalent of the Brazil 1970 side.

  2. With the likelihood of Timber being out for a few months can’t see us letting Tomi go, we need all available defenders for the more inevitable injuries we are going to have.

    1. Really?! Defensively he is solid as a rock, I would say I don’t think he has ever had a poor game for us when fit and starting.

      He’s not great going forward but if the opposite fb is inverted into midfield Tomi is able to drop into a back 3

  3. With Timber out and Zinchenko is still on the sideline..As a mater of fact, I think it now looks Arteta may have to give in to common sense to call off if for temporarily, his reported want to oust Tierney from his Arsenal team squad on sale or loan out this summer till next Jan window.

  4. Tomiyasu has suffered some downturn in confidence arising from injuries and losing his RB position to Ben White. With more games under his belt and a good healthy spell, I can see him going back to the player we saw at the start of his Arsenal career.
    So we need to keep him, especially given the potential long-term absence of Timber

  5. All these rumours about us losing defenders – KT, Gabriel and now Tommy – it’s nonsense. We are already a defender down, and we can’t afford to lose our best. They may be able to get Rob Holdings hair band, if they’re lucky, it’s the only part of our defence I wouldn’t miss!

  6. Teirney and Tommy are both valued at £35 million by Arteta. Unless one of these bargain hunting cheapskate teams meet their value then proverbialy, they should be shopping at primemark not Harrods, when they can’t afford the goods.

  7. He must stay. I don’t trust anyone in Arsenal squad when it comes to defense than Tomi. Timber was great but now that he is out, Tomi must stay. He is a far better defensive player than Tierney.

    1. @ Daulat
      Agree with you on that Tomi being better than Tierney. I feel with the injury to Timber that both must stay. Tomi & Tierney call also play as a centre back to give rest to Gabriel or Saliba.

      Inter & Newcastle can hop it.

  8. Don’t see any defender leaving with Timber out.

    Holding as 4th CB, Tomiyasu as Tierney both backups, we don’t have any extras to move on.

    Besides, Inter offer will be loan with option to buy because they are cheapskates.

    It was same offer for Balogun, Scamacca, and will be same for Tomiyasu.

    Don’t answer the phone; they’ve been told hands off and they won’t have a serious bid anyway, in spite of have 60 million from Onana sale alone.

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