Pundit predicts how much Saka will cost any suitor

Alan Hutton believes Bukayo Saka could be sold by Arsenal, and it is just a matter of a club paying the right price for him, and they will get their hands on the attacker.

The Englishman is in talks over a new Gunners deal, but it is taking longer than fans expected, and other sides are circling, hoping they will get encouragement to make their move for him.

However, Mikel Arteta’s side is not considering selling him now for any price and will do whatever they can to keep him long-term.

Hutton admits it will be hard to see him leave Arsenal but suggests a huge bid could tempt them into cashing in.

He tells Football Insider:

“It is football. He is obviously at a big club at this moment in time. Under Mikel Arteta they are going in the right direction, they are building a squad to try and compete.

“They would not want to get rid of him. But if City come in with £90m or bigger than that, do they take it? We will have to wait and see.”

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It is hard to think Arsenal would consider selling Saka regardless of the price, but in football, you can never say never, and £90m or higher is a nice amount to get for a player you developed at your club.

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  1. Nah can’t see we selling him for £90 mil, and for that matter he’s not for sale, we are building something special so we are more thinking of adding one or two more special players to compliment the team.

  2. £90 would be a fine fee for saka along as we had one in the door to replace him before selling, having murdyk would be great but having murdyk and gapko would be a amazing piece of transfer work ,murdyk would be a yes but gapko hmmm . Big player brings big clubs that brings big money but we’re a big club time to loosen the purse strings Stan kroenke

  3. Presumably, the above post MEANT to say that we could get £90 million if we ( stupidly!!) ever sold SAKA. I read it and then wondered why SAKA was facing a ninety pound fine. For parking on double lines perhaps!

    On his serious point, a doubt a single rational Gooner would agree with Gunnermark. I think he is bonkers, TBH . Esp as he thinks it a ” fine” fee.
    If he were running our club we would be out of business in no time at all!

    1. Well I am sure Grelish had a long term contract in place,presumably the same for Bellingham.

      Saka at the end of the season will be in the final year of his contract.

      Makes perfect sense we would consider selling if he does not sign a long term contract. The same goes for the other mismanaged contracts of Saliba and Martinelli.

      If a big club with a more recent winning history ito major trophies comes along I would expect us to sell instead of losing an asset for nothing.

      No player is bigger than the club and if they don’t sign then good luck elsewhere. We cannot afford to continue losing players for nothing or worse paying them out.

      How many big clubs have paid players to leave like what we did or torn up their contract?

      1. I say big club with winning mentality of major trophies because I don’t believe these players will leave just for a big pay day,I am sure they want both like any ambitious and talented player.

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