Arsenal’s lacklustre start to the season may see them spring into action again in the transfer market, according to latest reports.
British media outlet, The Daily Telegraph, reports:
Arsenal delegation attends Sevilla’s Super Cup clash with Barcelona to watch Poland international, who has a buy-out clause of £21.26 million (€29.7m)
The 25 year old midfielder, who stands at 6ft 1in, may not be our first choice for Arsenal, but he is precisely the sort of player who can add depth to the defensive midfield department.
The report states that the buy out clause for the player stands at around 30m Euros and that Sevilla would be powerless to prevent the player from leaving if Arsenal do offer that amount.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is a clear admirer of Francis Coquelin, who has added substance to the ample creativity in the midfield over the last year in particular.
But most top clubs have two of such players at least – Chelsea have Matic, Ramires ands Obi Mikel. City have Fernando and Fernandinho. And Manchester United now count Schweinsteiger, Schneiderlin and Carrick among their number – and Arsenal surely need to add depth to this department if they have serious designs on a first title in a decade come May.
Let’s take a look at the lad in action.
Arsenal fans: can this guy make a difference to the overall steel in the side?