Tuesday morning deal, Player’s medicals already booked and shirt number has been confirmed- Arsenal have reached agreement in principle to sign £70M rated player who is technically better than Darwin Nunez

Tuesday morning, an agreement was struck in principle for Arsenal to sign a player valued at £70 million, who is technically superior to Darwin Nunez. The player’s medicals have already been scheduled, and his shirt number has been verified.

Although his club would love to oversee a sale before the end of June, Arsenal is thought to be the favourite to sign one of their transfer targets in the coming days.

As the Gunners search for the additions they believe would help them win the Premier League title, Arsenal has not yet fully entered the market.

Thankfully, Mikel Arteta has already assembled a team that gives him the flexibility to pursue a number of different transfer avenues and bide his time until the ideal player becomes available at the ideal cost. Desperation is not really necessary at the Emirates this summer.

And it seems like Everton is leaning towards selling Amadou Onana before the end of the month, according to Mundo Deportivo. This may be a promising possibility.

Right now, Arsenal is seen to be the favourite to sign Amadou Onana.
Clubs are naturally worried about following Profit and Sustainability regulations, so it seems the Toffees want to be ahead by taking advantage of the Belgian as soon as can.

Onana is apparently the subject of an inquiry from Arsenal already this summer. Furthermore, according to Mundo Deportivo, the Gunners are now thought to be the front-runners to get his signature.

Bayern Munich, Manchester United, Barcelona, and other teams are also considering it.

Fans of the Gunners may feel differently about their interest in the Belgian
The main concern with Onana is whether, following a respectable stint at Goodison Park, he can go to the next level.

The midfielder has occasionally appeared to be a level above everyone else on the pitch, especially when he finds his stride when jogging with the ball. In the past, Sean Dyche has praised his “terrific” work-rate, demonstrating his versatility.

However, in the last few weeks of the season, he did not precisely start for Everton, which may indicate that he is not prepared for the expectations at Arsenal.

Even though the Toffees would want to sell him in the upcoming weeks, you would think that they won’t let him go for a cheap price. Thus, it’s possible that some Arsenal supporters would rather spend their transfer money somewhere else.

Making Onana the big-name midfield acquisition that Arsenal makes this summer would be a risk.

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