Saliba unclear on Arsenal future
Arsenal defender William Saliba is unsure where he will play next season, reports the Mirror. The 21-year-old France international is on loan at Marseille where he has impressed and there is talk of his retention, but his agent, Djibril Niang, said: “We still don’t know what Arsenal want to do with William. We will have a discussion on this very soon, I think.
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Paper Round’s point of view: Arsenal did a brilliant job of signing Saliba at a bargain price and he’s worth much more now, but with Ben White and Gabriel playing well in the center of defense for Mikel Arteta, he may have little time to be held back by first team action . However, Arsenal are no longer a big team and a top club could offer Arsenal whatever transfer fee they feel is reasonable to take.
Roma set huge price on Abraham
The Daily Star reports that Roma’s Tammy Abraham could be set for a Premier League return with Arsenal, but it will cost the London side a huge sum. The 24-year-old England striker will cost £67million if Mikel Arteta wants to sign the former Chelsea man, which is the value his parent club would have to pay if he exercised his buyout clause.
Paper Round’s point of view: Abraham has done well under Jose Mourinho and Italy, and it feels a bit silly for him to return so quickly to a league where he struggled a bit. That said, Abraham may just be happier with the country and city he grew up in, and there’s also the fact that Arsenal would likely pay him a lot more than Roma, who are unlikely to have football. in the Champions League next season. .
West Ham want Keane
West Ham are eyeing a bargain in case Everton are relegated. They are reportedly interested in signing Toffees centre-back Michael Keane. The 29-year-old England international lost his place in the national team and his form has struggled as Everton have also found life difficult this season. However, David Moyes is reportedly ready to spend £20m on the centre-back.
Paper Round’s point of view: Keane has long been an excellent central defender at Burnley, and started well at Everton. Given the club’s wider struggles, it’s probably not worth putting too much emphasis on his poor form, and if he can start again in a more positive setup, like Moyes built him in London, then he might turn out to be a bargain along with several others. years at the top left in him.
Inter align with Dybala swoop
The Daily Mail claim that Juventus striker Paulo Dybala could be on his way to Inter Milan this summer. The 28-year-old Argentine is out of contract with the Old Lady this summer and won’t sign a renewal for his £5.5m deal. He will be offered £5million a year to stay in Italy with Inter, ahead of Tottenham and Atletico Madrid, who are also keen on the player.
Paper Round’s point of view: Dybala remains a practical player and hasn’t gotten worse since his time at Juventus, but he may not have started as they might have hoped when they signed him. A move to Inter Milan would see him get a fresh start at a club that could give him a bigger role up front, while a move to the Premier League would likely see his lack of pace highlighted.
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