Report says Arsenal has zero chance of signing Premier League star this summer

Reports have linked Arsenal with a move for Pedro Neto in this transfer window, but the move will be difficult to pull off.

The Gunners have been looking to add a new winger to their squad before this window closes, and Neto has emerged as the ideal target.

Arsenal’s focus has been on signing young players who they can build their team around in the long-term, and he fits the description.

At 22, he is already one of the Premier League’s best wingers, and he will get better.

However, it seems Arsenal has registered their interest in his signature too late. 

A report on O’Jogo reveals that Mikel Arteta’s side has almost no chance of adding him to their squad in this transfer window.

This means the Gunners have to look at alternative targets, and their fans can expect the team to sign Yeremy Pino or Wilfried Zaha instead.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Neto would be a superb signing for us, and the winger will likely want to make the step up to a big club like Arsenal.

However, we cannot force Wolves to sell, and if we insist on buying him now, we would have to pay over the odds to get them to do business with us.

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  1. I just looked at the schedule for the 1st half of the season and it looks as though we need a boatload of players to get through all that without injuries or tired players.

    The usual time is compressed this season due to the WC. There’s also 2 international breaks before the WC added to the PL, EL and 2 cups. Eek.

    I’m beginning to wonder if getting knocked out of one of those cups would be such a bad thing.

    1. Forget about the two cups. Play B team and youngers only there. No FA or EPL cup will equal classifying to Champion League next season, and these are only two avenues that can take us there, EPL and EL.
      Hope the fans accept that.

  2. I honestly see little point in moving Pepe on and spending bug money on a worse player. What is so special about Neto?

  3. Fulham next. We have to keep winnning these matches which are so called winnbale paper. We must not forget we have tough set of fixtures coming up and hence we need to take maiximum points in the opening 7 to 8 matches . Any drop in ponints will still keep us very high in the table but then further drop in the next set of schedule will really put pressure on us as our rivals may have better fixtures and can really cath us on.

  4. The past two summer transfer windows have proven that if Artata and Edu really believe a player is the right fit for the club, they are not afraid to pay big money and will not hesitate to do so, so although unlikely at this stage, I would not rule out Neto just yet. Have said this it will be a difficult deal to pull off at this late stage of the window and therefore think Yeremy Pino is the one to watch out for.

  5. I cant see why the clamour for a winger unless its Gakpo who could possibly add goals We hae Saka Martinelli Marquinhos if need be on the flanks We need another striker as although hes started well only have in my opinion Jesus as i think Nketiah will not be good enough Just make Tielemans and either Gakpo, Pino or another proven striker priority before deadline day

  6. Wolves are playing hardball.The delay is because there is a diff in price of £15 million.Expect Arsenal,once Pepe leaves,to increase bid.£45 million plus add ons is my guess. Should settle it(Though wolves want £50 million)Remember,talks between the two have been ongoing for a month.So a deal IS in the pipeline.Expect Tielemans in the door as well.Job done.

  7. It was always obvious we are not going to afford Neto, At least to me and other clued up, though disappointed but realistic Gooners.

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