Arsenal’s €50m+ bid, possible midfielder transfer, plus threat of Chelsea hijack – Fabrizio Romano’s Daily Briefing

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AC Milan have improved their proposal to Rafael Leao as they hope to sort out his new contract in the next weeks: an offer of €7m salary net per season is on the table to the player. Milan will also focus on Ismael Bennacer and Olivier Giroud new deals. These are the priorities for 2023.

First pictures of Cristiano Ronaldo arriving at his new home. The 37-year-old recently had his contract terminated at Manchester United and is beginning a new adventure with Al Nassr in Saudi Arabia after an incredible career in Europe…

Arsenal’s new bid for Mykhaylo Mudryk is in excess of €50m guaranteed fee plus add-ons, sources don’t want to enter into details as it could be key moment of the negotiation. Arsenal are pushing, they are trying their best and the player is absolutely keen on the move – Chelsea also had contacts to explore the situation but they’d only act if Arsenal move will collapse. Arsenal remain the priority.

For now, Arsenal’s focus is on Mudryk, but they could discuss the midfield situation later in the transfer window. Despite the links with Danilo they never made an official bid; just following the player, so the situation is still quiet plus Palmeiras don’t need money after selling Endrick.

Arsenal have had contacts with Jorge Mendes over Joao Felix, but the deal is considered too expensive at the moment, with current conditions being around €18-19m between the loan fee and salary to be covered.

Arsenal have triggered the option to extend Bukayo Saka’s contract by one more year, but it’s still a priority for them to give new long-term deals to Saka, Gabriel Martinelli, and William Saliba.

Atletico Madrid will try to anticipate Caglar Soyuncu deal in January, the plan is clear. Verbal agreement on free transfer for June is almost done, as reported – but…


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