Arsenal remain keen on signing another player from Scotland

Reports have linked arsenal with a move for Celtic star, Matt O’Riley.

The midfielder only joined the Scottish champions in January from MK Dons, but he has become one of their key players and helped them to win the last league title.

His performances have not gone unnoticed. A report on the Sun says Arsenal is competing with Manchester United for his signature.

This has been a very busy market for Mikel Arteta’s side and more players could come in before the window closes.

The 21-year-old fits into the type of player Arsenal have been adding to their squad and they could make him one of their own soon.

The report claims he joined Celtic for around £1.5million. However, the Gunners would need an offer between £15m and £20m to tempt Celtic into cashing in on him.

Just Arsenal Opinion

O’Riley has had a decent career even at such a young age and he would develop further at the Emirates.

For the stated price, he is cheap considering that he has won a league title and is still very young.

Reports have linked several other players with a move to the Emirates and it would be interesting to see which of our many midfield targets joins before the window shuts.

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  1. I can’t wait for the transfer window to close now. Too much speculation to keep up with and most of it is BS. I think the window should close a week before the season starts and abolish the January window. It would make for more excitement as transfer deadline day is pretty boring these days. Maybe only allow loan signings in January and if there is injury issue with a team, say 5 or more registered first team players out long term. Makes for a fairer system especially for the teams down the lower end

  2. Arsenal has made solid signings covering the Right Half Back, Center Full Back and midfield ( Defensive) . The left center back continue to be a weak link. Tierney is not a defensive player. He wants a left winger role. When David Luis was available he was not acknowledged until he was about to leave. We certainly missed Martinez went to Manchester United. That should be the standard for the left full back. I would like to see Tierney rested as a sub. Maybe sold so that money could come in for a solid left full back. Outside this paying a lot of money for a transfer elsewhere is not worth it

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