Italian club keen on Arsenal man and they will offer a swap deal

Juventus remains keen on a move for Arsenal’s Gabriel Magalhaes as they search for a replacement for Giorgio Chiellini.

The Old Lady will lose the Italian defender in the next transfer window as he gets set to leave them after almost two decades.

He is one of the most recognisable players they have ever had, and his departure will leave a huge void in the team.

They are now hopeful they can replace him with a younger defender, and Gabriel is high on their shopping list.

Tuttomercatoweb claims they are keen to sign the Arsenal man, and they will even add a player the Gunners like to their offer.

Mikel Arteta’s side wanted to sign Arthur Melo in the last transfer window, but the move broke down.

They remain interested in the former Barcelona man, and Juve hopes to add him to their offer for his signature and see if it would get Arsenal to listen.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Selling Gabriel is unthinkable at the moment because he is a key cog in the wheel at the Emirates.

To keep making progress, we must retain our best players while adding much better individuals to the group.

If we lose an important first-team member like Gabriel, we might struggle in the next campaign.

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  1. Sounds like a fair deal.
    Swapping an established and top quality young central defender who is firmly settled and happy in London for a player who has failed in Italy and has never experienced football in the Premiership.
    Its a tough decision…

  2. Just alot of gossip.

    Gabriel is going nowhere and will more than likely get a new deal this summer along with Saliba of he wants to come to Arsenal and have a proper go at it, seems to be the case.

    We need 4 CBs for the season;
    Gabriel Saliba White Holding

    Mari will be sold permantly by the looks of it.

    1. Watch this space, it isnt quite as simple as you put it. Both are not happy and one if not both will leave.

        1. Your one to talk FK
          Atleast he actually makes sense when he posts ,half the time when I read your posts I go away not even knowing what the fck you even ment

  3. Did Arteta really want Melo, or was it Edu? Thought I read that Edu had agreed to the foolish loan with obligation to buy, only for someone at Arsenal to kill that deal.

    Did Arteta kill the deal? Was it someone higher up in management?

    Whoever it was they deserve a round of applause for killing the deal dead in its tracks.

    If Juve is looking for CB’s Mari will be for sale.

    1. I think Melo would work well at Arsenal. However the fee was too much and he’s not worth that much, although I believe he’d suit the prem.

  4. I heard from Donovan he was Yellow Melo!!!

    Sorry it ha s been a bad day.

    I have said this a couple of times before, but I will say it again.

    Spurs won the 4th spot in January, when they brought in the two Juventus players on loan, and Arsenal stood Pat (or maybe they stood Admin?).

    If we could not get the striker, we should have at least got a good DM. If we had, we would not have missed Partey so much.

    Remember the old Phrase, you have to speculate to accumulate. We did not speculate in January and now will not accumulate next years UCL monies!!!

    Still Europa league ain’t bad, and there will be no Unai Emery to embarrass us!!!!

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