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Arsenal eyeing Newcastle’s Bruno Guimaraes

Bruno Guimaraes. It’s possible that Arsenal received an unanticipated boost for their summer transfer window intentions. After spending £250 million in the summer, the Gunners are anticipated to be active in the market once more this year.

With the addition of Declan Rice, Kai Havertz, Jurrien Timber, and David Raya to his roster this season, Mikel Arteta’s North Londoners have maintained their remarkable ascent.

Arsenal is presently in the final eight of the UEFA Champions League and at the top of the Premier League standings. The way the 2023–24 season plays out will determine whether the Gunners try to add more players to the roster.

Two positions that have been designated as priority for the summer are a new midfielder and a striker. Newcastle’s worries about Financial Fair Play (FFP) may finally allow Arsenal to fulfill their dream of signing Bruno Guimaraes.

Before moving to Newcastle, the midfielder was linked to a move to the Emirates Stadium. He has kept up his strong performances on Tyneside, positioning himself as one of the most likely sellers to satisfy Premier League profitability & sustainability regulations (PSR) on behalf of the Magpies.

Sven Botman and Alexander Isak have also been connected to high-profile departures. But Botman’s injury might make Newcastle take a look at any proposals for Guimaraes.

Botman’s ACL injury was confirmed by the team on Wednesday afternoon. A summer transfer is unthinkable because the defender will be sidelined for up to nine months.

Thus, Guimaraes might be offered for sale in the summer. The Brazilian would cost Arsenal a significant sum of money because it is believed that he has a £98 million release clause that is payable in three installments.

Liverpool, PSG, Barcelona, and Chelsea were ‘expected to attack’ for his signature at the end of the season, according to reports in January. However, a trade in north London might be completed due to Arteta’s need for another quality midfield player.

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