‘How Can We Not Afford 23M?’ ‘Embarrassing’ Fans Worried By Reports About Arsenal’s Planned Bid For Playmaker

‘How Can We Not Afford 23M?’ ‘Embarrassing’ Fans Worried By Reports About Arsenal’s Planned Bid For Playmaker

Arsenal will plan to meet Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai‘s €25m (£23m) release clause by paying it in instalments over three years, according to reports in England.

Buyout fees usually have to be paid in full to trigger them and it would, therefore, be up to Salzburg whether they would accept the offer. There are also a whole host of other clubs keeping an eye on the Hungarian international, and fans on Twitter are concerned that the Gunners could miss out on their top January transfer target:

It has been claimed that there are at least six other Premier League clubs, including Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham, Everton, Wolves and Leicester City, who are interested in Szoboszlai, whilst there are said to be a number of top teams on the continent keen on the 20-year-old.

If Arsenal are to beat the competition, they may well have to find the money to pay the clause upfront, much like they did for Thomas Partey.

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