Bayer Leverkusen Contacts have been made with Arsenal about a deal for midfielder Granit Xhaka. if no problem It is expected that the fee will be around 15 million euros and the player will return to the German league again this summer.
The Athletic, the elite media reported that Bayer Leverkusen. The German Bundesliga club are in talks with English Premier League side Arsenal over the signing of Swiss midfielder Granit Xhaka . join the army this summer After the players want to move away from the Emirates Stadium back to play in the beer league again. Even if there is still 1 year left on the contract.
The 30-year-old star moved from Borussia Monchengladbach to the Gunners in 2016, having previously had problems with Arsenal fans to the point that he almost moved to the club.Bbut After Mikel Arteta took over the team. He was convinced to stay with the UFABET team. Until the show was satisfactory and became an important force for the club today
However, it is reported that Xabi Alonso, the pharmacy consultant , wants to bring him to the team. Until recently, negotiations with the North London team have begun. And a lot of progress has been made, while Fabrizio Romano. A reliable journalist, has similarly reported that national team midfielder Switzerland prepares to leave the big guns. Which is expected to be worth 15 million euros, or about 555 million baht.
Journalist from Macaroni Country Tweeted a message on his personal twitter, “ Granit Xhaka prepares to leave Arsenal at the end of this season. There have been no talks over a new deal and he plans to part ways in June . Negotiations are in advance to sign him for a fee of 15 million euros. It is understood that personal terms are close to being reached for a total of four years until June 2027.
For Shaka, he has played a total of 295 matches for Arsenal, scoring 21 goals, with 45 matches. This season, including 7 goals in all competitions . Hove Albion 0-3 puts the situation in the title race against Manchester City almost out of the way as they are four points. Behind the Blues with only two games remaining.