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Should Arsenal pursue a deal for Yacine Brahimi? 2

Posted on August 22, 2016 by David Nugent

According to reports over the weekend, Arsenal were interested in signing Porto’s £40million rated Algerian international playmaker Yacine Brahimi. The Daily Express are now reporting that Everton have made a bid for the 26-year-old star.

Should Arsenal fight it out with the newly loaded Toffees, or should they concentrate on bringing in a centre-back, say Shkodran Mustafi?

Brahimi is another attacking midfielder

We all know that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger loves an attacking midfielder, almost to the point of abandoning the idea of bringing in a striker or a centre-back. Reports would suggest that Wenger is close to signing a centre-back, sensible right.

Arsenal linked with another Porto star 0

Posted on June 10, 2015 by David Nugent

Yesterday it was Porto striker Jackson Martinez linked with a move to the Emirates. Today it is highly-rated Porto attacking midfielder Yacine Brahimi who is supposedly attracting admiring glances from north London.

Talksport is claiming that the Gunners are interested in signing the Algerian international, but will have to pay a fee of around £40million to sign him.


Brahimi is believed to be a player in-demand this summer, with the likes of Bayern Munich and AC Milan linked with making a move for the star. Porto will be encouraging rumours as it looks like they are willing to part with the midfield, but only for a massive fee.

Arsenal make check on Primeira Liga trio 0

Posted on April 27, 2015 by Nemanja Lazarevic

Portuguese media outlet O Jogo understands that Arsenal had scouts present at the Benfica v Porto game at Estadio da Luz as they ran the rule on three Primeira Liga stars.

The arch rivals were involved in a potential title decider last night and leaders Benfica edged one step closer to the title with a goalless draw, with the stands packed with visiting scouts making a check on star players from both sides.

According to O Jogo, Premier League giants Arsenal were also represented at Estadio da Luz as their scouts took a closer look at the likes of Yacine Brahimi, Talisca and Jackson Martinez.

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