The latest update pertaining to Karim Benzema’s transfer saga is here…according to a revelation made by former England international Rodney Marsh, Arsenal are on the verge of landing Karim Benzema from Real Madrid, with the Gunners understood to have got their bid for the player accepted by the La Liga giants.
Meanwhile, reports in The Metro have revealed that Real president Florentino Perez is plotting to wash his hands off the Frenchman this summer. And this, in turn, has provided the north London side with a massive boost in his transfer race, with the club now set to land him for a transfer fee of around £46m.
The Karim Benzema transfer saga simply refuses to end, with Italian journalist Emanuele Giulianellinow revealing that the player is set to sign for Arsenal in the next few days. Giulianelli has revealed that the north London giants have tabled a £45m transfer offer to sign the Frenchman and that Real Madrid are set to accept it now.
And they are still chasing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang too
Meanwhile, Arsenal are still understood to be following Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang too, with the club likely to make a move for him if they fail to convince Karim Benzema to move to the Emirates Stadium in this transfer window, according to reports in The Metro. The Bundesliga giants, meanwhile, are known to be uninterested in parting ways with the player anytime soon. (read more)
Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina may not part ways with the Gunners anytime soon, with reports in The Daily Mirror revealing that the player is set to prolong his stay at the Emirates Stadium with him having held crunch talks with manager Arsene Wenger recently. The player was believed to have become unsure of his future at the club following the arrival of Petr Cech earlier this month.
Arsenal star Theo Walcott agrees to ink new deal
Arsenal ace Theo Walcott has reportedly agreed to put pen to paper on a new four year contract at the Emirates Stadium, according to reports in The Daily Mirror. The Englishman has now become one of the highest earning players at the north London side, with him set to pocket in excess of £100,000-a-week in wages.