Arsenal held negotiations with €40m-rated Spanish midfielder
Arsenal were hoping to sign Martin Zubimendi this month. And the Gunners were prepared to pay the €60m release clause for Spain international. However, Martin does not want to leave Real Sociedad midway through the campaign as they will struggle to bring in a replacement.
And the London giants will launch the offensive for Zubimendi, a target for Barcelona, in the summer. The 23-year-old midfielder has been a quality footballer for Real Sociedad, and he has shown the ability to succeed at a top team as well. The chance to join the PL club will be an attractive idea for the Spanish midfielder.
And the Gunners are certainly one of the biggest teams in Europe. Furthermore, the Gunners are currently fighting for the PL title and are in a good position to go all the way. If they manage to win the league title this campaign, they will be an attractive option for most footballers. And the Spaniard is likely to be tempted to join them.
The Spanish midfielder has proven himself in La Liga and he will hope to test himself at a higher level now. Playing alongside better footballers in the PL will only accelerate his development and help him fulfil his tremendous potential.
The Spanish manager is reportedly a huge admirer of the midfielder, and he could be the perfect coach to get the best out of Martin Zubimendi. The Spaniard has done well to nurture youngsters at Arsenal so far and he used to be an accomplished midfielder during his playing days as well.
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