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Arsenal Transfer Round-Up: Nabil Fekir, Olivier Giorud and Steven N’Zonzi 0

Posted on November 13, 2017 by Milos Markovic

It’s been another eventful weekend for Arsenal fans as far as transfer rumours are concerned.

Arsene Wenger has already started preparing his winter transfer strategy which – by the looks of it – could include one or two potentially big-name arrivals.

British media have put a new spin on the whole Nabil Fekir story we detailed last week, claiming that Gunners are prepared to invest up to £60 million to land the in-form 24-year-old Lyon playmaker, who is seen as a direct replacement for Mesut Ozil.

The German international is only one of the number of players who could leave Emirates this winter.

Arsenal step up chase for Sevilla star 0

Posted on January 26, 2017 by Milos Markovic

La Liga side Sevilla look set to lose one of their key players this season as Steven N’Zonzi has refused to extend his contract with Rojiblancos amid interest from the likes of Barcelona and Arsenal.

According to Spanish media outlet AS, N’Zonzi did not want to put pen to paper on a new deal as it would have increased his buyout clause well over the current €30 million, which the player feels would ultimately ruin his chances of making a move elsewhere.

Sevilla sporting director Monchi is believed to be eyeing up replacements for the reliable midfielder as he is not certain if N’Zonzi will remain at Sevilla past the January transfer window.

Arsenal keen on La Liga star 0

Posted on October 25, 2016 by Nemanja Lazarevic

Premier League giants Arsenal are reportedly showing interest in former Stoke City midfielder Steven N’Zonzi, who has impressed playing for Sevilla in Spanish La Liga.

The Frenchman has quickly become a key member of the squad at Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and he was in excellent form as los Rojiblancos defeated Atletico Madrid to climb to the top of the league before Real Madrid leapfrogged them in the standings.

N’Zonzi had 16 ball recoveries in the high-profile clash and still had enough in him to score the winning goal that saw Sevilla become regarded as genuine title contenders.



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