Transfer: Arsenal Serious About Signing Said Benrahma, The Algerian Is Also In Chelsea’s Radar

The FC Arsenal is in the market since Mikel Arteta wants to continue its reconstruction by helping world class players improve the quality of the team massively before the following season. Arsenal is prepared to welcome Said Benrahma ‘s signature from Brentford, according to reports, because Mikel Arteta identified the Algerian attacker as the biggest Summer Transfer Target.

22-year-old Algerian aggressor Said Benrahma was considered one of the best young attackers in England, as his impressive championship performance has attracted a number of UK top clubs’ interest. Like Chelsea and Tottenham, the attacker was also linked, but Arsenal will have the signature well ahead.

Arsenal is prepared to meet the €40.000.000 Brentford assessment of the Algiers who are likely to join a massive contract with the Gunners, according to reports. Benrahma said he was great for the Gunner when, throughout the season, he scored 17 goals and placed 10 assists for the championship club.

The Gunners will hop on Benrahma as he has opened preliminary negotiations with the Algerian star to replicate his formidable shape at the club. Benrahma said that the Gunners are threatened with an explosive pace and are very capable of dribbling, creative and capable of scoring objectives.

Arsenal is very active on the transfers market as they have signed Willian, Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares are also signed by the Gunners. Benrahma said that he could be the latest player in the game to join Mikel Arteta and bring the young Gunner coach new options.

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