‘Defender stays’ Arsenal to clear out surplus resources in winter…parties keen to go to FA

‘Defender stays’ Arsenal to clear out surplus resources in winter…parties keen to go to FA

Arsenal are on such a good run of form that they have to start thinking about what to do with their surplus resources.

The Gunners are second on goal difference, ahead of Tottenham Hotspur, after six wins, two draws and 20 points after the start of the 2023-24 English Premier League. Even with the UEFA Champions League (UCL) on the side, there are no major leaks.

Mikel Arteta has a good balance between positions. They still have a problem up front, but they’re making up for it with good performances in the back two. Still, the need to bring in someone in the winter transfer window remains.

It’s natural to have resources that don’t get playing time even when things are going well. Defender Cedric Soares. He’s struggling and has been demoted to the B team (second team). He’s not even in the starting lineup.

On January 21, British outlet 90min reported that “Arsenal are preparing a move for Soares in the winter transfer window next January. They want to give Soares, who is out of contract at the end of June 2024, a chance.도메인

However, it seems that Soares wants to leave Arsenal as a free agent. Due to a combination of circumstances, and a three-minute appearance in the League Cup against Brentford that only added to his frustration with Arteta, he wants to hold out until next summer.

Portugal international Soares arrived in the Premier League via Sporting and then Southampton. After a loan spell at Inter Milan, he joined Arsenal on a free transfer in the summer of 2020. In the January winter transfer window, he was loaned out to Fulham.

At Fulham, Soares only made six appearances. He didn”t make any nutritious contributions. After a troubled and troubling time, he returned to Arsenal, but there was no place for him to play. His best bet is to appeal to his ability to play as a left or right fullback, as well as a flanking midfielder.

The market’s assessment is sobering. ‘Soares’ pace is not what it used to be. His crossing ability has also deteriorated. It’s doubtful that any team will be interested in signing him when he becomes a free agent.

It is assumed that he will only leave the club if an offer is made. Saudi Arabia is reportedly interested. It’s not just about the money, either. Currently, Soares’ weekly wage is reportedly £75,000 (about $120 million).


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