Arsenal want unwanted pair of Man City winger at 14 goals
Arsenal want Man City’s pair of 14 goals but they don’t want Philippe Coutinho, which seems fair …
MEN CITY SALE
Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez have both scored 14 goals this season but, according to the Daily mail at least they’re both on sale this summer because Manchester city “Plan to develop their team” this summer. Both are Arsenal targets, although it is highly doubtful that they have anything like the funds to afford those purchases.
Sterling has lost his place in the Man City first team in recent months and ‘hHe is not the only man who could leave in the coming months with Riyad Mahrez also among those who could be sacrificed ”. The Algerian is now 30 years old and so it only makes sense that City are trying to get a big transfer fee. Again, Arsenal would be interested.
They also throw the names of Aymeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus into the equation, but it feels like those could be lazy ties because they weren’t in the first team picture.
The same newspaper claimed on Friday that Jack Grealish will be a £ 100million goal for City this summer.
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COUTINHO FOR SALE
A seemingly uninteresting Arsenal player is Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho. At one point it was a transfer rumor that made sense but now the Gunners are not interested in the Brazilian, probably because he never worked with Mikel Arteta at Manchester City.
– Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) May 28, 2021
I don’t really know who will buy Coutinho now. Can we buy it for the office?
ASTON VILLA ARE AMBITIOUS
Aston Villa want to close the gap with West Ham and, to that end, are ready to move on this summer, according to Athletic. Their targets include Dwight McNeil of Burnley and Norwich’s Emi Buendia, who has also been heavily linked with Arsenal.
McNeil is said to be a target for three other Premier League clubs, some of whom may be able to immediately offer the first-team football that McNeil has come to enjoy at Burnley. Buendia is believed to cost £ 40million. Matheus Pereira is not an option as the club give him a lower rating than McNeil and Buendia.
They claim that Grealish is not a concern for Villa this summer, with the club ‘relaxed about the situation after the 25-year-old midfielder signed a new five-year contract last September ”.
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