Real Madrid could swoop to add Arsenal star to their squad

William Saliba could be destined to play for Real Madrid at some stage of his career, but will that happen this summer?

The defender has been one of the best in Europe over the last two seasons and has caught the attention of several teams.

Arsenal is reemerging as one of the best clubs in England, and Saliba is a key player in that resurgence.

Mikel Arteta’s side has been in fantastic form for much of the last two seasons, and Saliba has been a significant part of that success.

The defender has been tipped for greatness, and now Real Madrid is following him closely.

A report on Team Talk claims Los Blancos are interested in the Frenchman and are monitoring him closely.

Saliba remains keen on staying at the Emirates, at least for now, but Madrid could soon come calling, which will be a major test of his loyalty to Arsenal.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Saliba has been one of the best defenders in Europe since he finally got his big break at Arsenal.

If he keeps doing well, Madrid will look to sign him, and we may have to settle for a huge fee because players hardly turn down the Spanish club.


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  1. He is one of the boys in the epl if he leaves it’s going to open a big void in Arsenal defence. I trust the new arsenal board they don’t sell best players easily like they used to

  2. Yeah Madrid would need to find at least £150m to even get Arsenal to pick up the phone. My concern is that if we don’t finally win the league in the next few years, they will come calling. We need to look after him.

    1. Maybe in five years, Arsenal will be the destination of choice for the world’s top talent – and it’ll be the likes of Real who’ll struggle to hold on to their players.

  3. The age of Arsenal spending out of proportion is over with new FFP rules coming in. Arteta has to play peripheral players more, increase their value so we can sell them for better additions to the team.
    We do not want to sell our top 15 players. Then we should be selling others at the right time. We have lost many players for free in the name of squad rebuild, taking huge losses. This should stop, and when a good offer comes for a player who could not get into first team for years, take it.
    Tavares/ Tierney/ Lokonga needs to be sold to buy next young corp of players even to be loaned, current loan players do not have a single quality option.
    ESR, Vieira, Nketiah, Ramsdale, Nelson need to be moved on if good offer comes, if they could not get playing time last year or 2, will they get in next year? Rather promote youth for their minutes, have a look at their potential.
    Elneyney and Cedirc are gone. Few more fringe players out will help us get enough space in wage bill. Only then players like Saliba can be held on to

    1. Since when have The Arsenal been “spending out of proportion?”
      You have named eight players you want out, along with Cedric and Elneny – what do you think it will cost to replace these ten players, along with their salaries?

    2. Let Man City worry about FFP before talking about Arsenal. They deny all the charges and they are in tough time to clear their name

  4. Lazy article. RM will be linked to any up and coming player. I won’t giung on this site any time soon.

  5. Best defender in the world would cost £250 million, and then Arsenal would probably turn the offer down. They would have to offer Bellamy plus £150 million cash for Arsenal to part with Saliba, the worlds best defender.

  6. I think you mean Bellingham !
    We don’t want to end up with Craig Bellamy!
    It’s a non- story

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