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We brought you the news last week that first revealed Arsenal’s approach for Amadou Onana, as the rumors about him are starting to gather momentum. More sources are now confirming that information.

Onana’s signing is reportedly the subject of intense negotiations between Arsenal and Everton, according to Sacha Tavloieri’s report today. The sighting of the player’s agent in London did little more than stir up speculation.

Onana, who is only 22 years old, has already demonstrated excellent technical ability, making him a strong candidate to replace Thomas Partey in Arsenal’s midfield. His abilities impressed the Gunners while he was at Lille and even after he moved to Everton; in January of last year, Arsenal even entertained the idea of making a bid.

Since Partey is thirty years old and struggling with fitness, Mikel Arteta is well aware of the need for a younger midfield player with Premier League experience. Given how similar Onana’s playing style is to Partey’s, he seems like the ideal fit. There is still disagreement over whether Arsenal should start a midfielder before a forward right now.

Partey’s dominance is becoming more obvious despite Mohammed Elneny’s commitment to the Arsenal team, especially as Arsenal looks to hold onto its top spot in the standings. Elneny’s future with the team seems uncertain, which might make room for new players.

Like Declan Rice, Onana is a valuable asset because of his versatility in midfield. With the ability to play both as a number eight and a number six, Arteta has a lot of options for tactical maneuverability and in-game switching.

The question of how Arsenal would cover Onana’s transfer this month remains unanswered. Due to their proximity to Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations, the club may need to come up with creative solutions to deal with financial constraints. They may choose to accept a modest upfront payment or sell players who are drawing attention, such as Eddie Nketiah, in order to raise funds. To acquire Onana without endangering their FFP standing, Arsenal will need to find a way to balance their finances.

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