Arsenal are set to try again to sign Hwang Hee-chan’s teammate Pedro Neto next January.
“Arsenal are still interested in signing Neto despite being rejected in the summer transfer market,” sports specialist Goal.com reported on January 1 (KST).
The Gunners were pipped to the post by Manchester City in the closing stages of last season, failing to finish at the top of the league for the first time in 19 years since the 2003/04 season. After missing out on the trophy in front of their eyes, the Gunners opened their wallets again in the summer transfer window to support manager Mikel Arteta. Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, Julien Timber, and David Luiz were among the four signings.
The Gunners are seeing the benefits of their aggressive investment. Rice has been a consistent performer for the Gunners, and Lallana has established himself as a first-choice goalkeeper. Even with Haberts still underperforming and Timber out with a long-term injury, Arsenal is currently third in the EPL with five wins and two draws in seven games.
The Gunners aren’t content to rest on their laurels and will move again next winter to strengthen their squad. Already, the Gunners have been linked with Brentford frontline striker Ivan Toney. Toni is a proven performer, despite serving an eight-month suspension for breaching betting rules for a total of 232 times between 2017 and 2021. He finished third in the EPL last season, scoring 20 goals in 33 games.아톰카지노
Another player Arsenal are targeting is Netou. He is the ace of the Wolverhampton Wanderers. Since joining Wolverhampton from Italian Serie A side Lazio in August 2019, Neto has become a semi-regular fixture in the EPL. This season, he leads the Wolverhampton offense with one goal and four assists in seven games.
According to Goal.com, Arsenal tried to sign Neto in the summer but were unsuccessful due to Wolverhampton’s rejection. The Gunners have not given up and are targeting him again. However, it remains to be seen if Arsenal will be able to land Neto. Neto is contracted to Wolverhampton until 2027. With about four years left on his contract, it’s likely that Wolverhampton will demand a high transfer fee.