Report – Arsenal is keen on signing Real Betis star

Arsenal has been named as one of the clubs interested in a move for Real Betis’ William Carvalho.

The midfielder has been an accomplished player on the European scene and Betis has managed to keep him for a long time despite repeated interest from clubs around the continent.

He could finally leave the La Liga side this winter as Betis looks to make some money from selling their players.

A report on Fichajes reveals the cash-strapped Spanish side has made him one of the players they will sacrifice to raise funds.

This decision, it claims, has piqued the interest of Arsenal, who are willing to add his experience to their ranks.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Carvalho is very experienced and has been one of the finest players at Betis since he joined them.

He would be a superb signing, but we have much younger midfielders doing well now and it doesn’t make sense to add the 30-year-old to our squad.

Signing him could affect the form and development of our young players. Keeping faith with our current options or offloading some before adding him to our group is better.

This means we have to wait until the end of the season before making a move for him.

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  1. JA once again reporting a so called “rumour” and then denying it will ever happen. No change there then!

    No wonder JA is increasingly gaining a reputation for being downmarket and lacking in saying anything worthwhile reading. Sigh!

  2. Under the current status of recruitment of new players at Arsenal. Which stipulates that the incoming player’s age to be signed by the club for the senior team should be within the ages of between 19 – 24 years on arrival to the Emirates Stadium. And if this policy remains in force during the next January transfer window. And Arsenal want to sign a new top quality midfielder, preferably a holding defensive kind after weigh up their options at the end of the World Cup tournament. Then, Arsenal possible signing of William Calvaho is a none starter kind of signing that will not happen next January window.
    And besides, I am no longer ascribed to the thinking of if Arsenal will re-submit to Aston Villa or not their last summer bidding to sign Douglas Luiz. Or still show interest to sign Dalino or not. This is because other more suitable options who suit Arsenal way of playing better than Douglas Luiz or Dalino will suit Arsenal could emerged to be looked at them for considerations to sign by Arsenal.

  3. “Now here’s another “Rave From The Grave”

    Someone must be desperate to offload this oldie.

    Christ, he was slow 5 years ago.

    I suspect the person who wrote the article can only be his Agent or his mum!!

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