Arsenal has reported that they are seeking out further signage with a second player from Barcelona before the end of January. The North Londoner club is on the verge of signing off on a new deal with the out-of-favour Denis Suarez, who is part of the Catalan Club.
It’s understood that the Gunners Boss Emery has convinced the 25-year-old player, who he coached five years ago at Sevilla, to leave Barcelona and rather take up a role at the Emirates on loan until the end of their current campaign.
The Gunners will then be given the option to secure the Spain internationals services on a more permanent basis toward the end of the season. Emery is hoping to bolster his attacking side within January, but is only able to accomplish this hope with loan signings, which can drastically alter the make-up of the team, and may even begin to have affects in other industries, such as the sports betting NZ market.
Reporters have also revealed that the head coach wants to lure Suarez’s Barca teammate Malcom to the London side before the end of the month.
A Spanish media outlet has reported that the 21-year-old, who has failed to hold a place in the starting XI in the Nou Camp, is now being sought by Emery.
The report also reveals that the Spanish champions – who recently signed Kevin Prince Boateng, are willing to allow the Brazilian to leave on loan by February. Eric Abidal, director of football at Barcelona, has hinted that a number of his fringe players are liable to leave the club in January, saying, “you never know”.
He continued by staying that they are working internally, and that there are always these kinds of decisions that a coach needs to make.
He added that they are currently happy with their template, but possibilities do exist. Players who don’t play often may stay or have the opportunity to ask to leave the club, and that all scenarios are subject to evaluations.
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Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde agreed with Abidal’s latest statement during a press conference, where he revealed that Denis Suarez will more than likely be playing at a different club by the end of the month. In his statement, Valverde said that it’s possible that Suarez may need to leave, but as of right now he’s unsure what will happen because Munir El Haddadi went out of the club.
He added that they are working internally and that there is a lot of planning still to be done, and that they are all waiting to see how the market progresses in the meantime.