Arthur Melo negotiates personal terms for Arsenal as final transfer hurdle looms

Arsenal are close to signing a vital midfield, while West Ham’s bid for a new addition could be as much as €25m – both in the latest Euro Paper Talk.

Arsenal close to Arthur Milo

It is reported that Juventus midfielder Arthur Melo has obtained permission from Juventus to negotiate personal terms regarding a move to Arsenal on loan.

While a new offensive signing is a priority for the Gunners, their midfield is also a major area of ​​concern. In fact, Granit Xhaka’s red card against Liverpool hasn’t really helped their ranks.

As such, Arsenal chief Mikel Arteta and chief recruiter Edu have been on the lookout for new additions.

Bruno Guimaraes Lionel one goal, but fellow Brazilian Arthur is also on Arsenal’s radar. Reports earlier this week actually claimed that Arsenal advance their negotiations To sign with the Juventus star.

According to the latest from Globe Sports (via watch sports), though, has now given the Serie A club permission to Arthur to negotiate personal terms over a move to North London.

As a result, speaking to Juventus president Massimiliano Allegri regarding the move is the last hurdle. Allegri was reportedly reluctant to punish Arthur’s exit until he sought a replacement.

However, the midfielder will speak with his manager on Friday and try to push for him to be allowed to go on loan. In any case, Arthur is excited about a potential move to the Premier League.

Regarding the structure of the loan deal, transfer expert Fabrizio Romano said Arsenal are offering to pay the player’s full salary until June and that, as it stands, there is no obligation to buy.

Arthur has had only a small role at Juventus this season. He missed his first six Serie A matches of the season after undergoing surgery for a nagging injury in the summer.

Since then, he has played only seven of the last 15 league games.

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The rest of the paper talk is in euros

West Ham have contacted representatives of Palmeiras midfielder Danilo. Furthermore, they are willing to pay up to €25m (£21m) for the Brazilian. (bayonet)

Newcastle have a “strong and concrete” interest in RB Leipzig midfielder Amadou Haidara, who is also a target for Manchester United. (Build)

The Hammers and Mapies are competing for two horses to sign Marseille midfielder Boubacar Camara. (Corriere dello Sport)

Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is watching for a possible move for Juventus striker Paulo Dybala after continuing uncertainty over his contract. (Corriere della Sera)

Meanwhile, Juventus are eyeing Brighton striker Neil Maupay as a “moderate cost” in January. (Calcircato)

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Patrice Evra has revealed that United offered him the role of sporting director after he completed his training courses. (to liberate)

The manager’s status remains uncertain at Manchester United and chiefs have polled Inter’s Simeone Inzaghi. (Corriere dello Sport)

ATLETICO is still replacing the eye hood

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Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone said his club is still “working” to get a replacement for new Newcastle boy Kieran Trippier. (Spanish football)

But Atletico goalkeeper Jan Oblak refocused on his team’s immediate problems after their Super Cup exit against Athletic Bilbao on Thursday. Follow Favorite

Sevilla has no record of improvement Newcastle bid for Diego Carlos, despite reports that a €45m (£37m) fee is approaching the defender’s Magpies squad. (as)

Leeds are pressing to sign full-back Ola Aena, but they have yet to meet Turin’s €10m (£8m) price tag. (Corriere Granata)

The wolves are considering activating their purchase option in the loan deal for Hwang Hee-Chan. Despite the recent injury, he has done enough to impress Molino Club. (Build)


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