May 29, 2024

As Mikel Arteta balances Financial Fair Play factors, Arsenal is expected to finalize a permanent deal shortly.

Declan Rice, who cost roughly £105 million, was the main summer transfer addition for the Gunners, who completed transactions totaling £200 million. Even though Rice has been successful, the other three summer signings—Kai Havertz, David Raya, and Jurrien Timber—haven’t had the same effect. The former two are divided on the subject, while the latter had a ligament damage on Matchday 1.

Arsenal was approaching FFP constraints with Raya, so they had to arrange the deal as a loan with a buyout option. Journalist Fabrizio Romano, however, claims that issue will be dealt with in the upcoming weeks.”The Raya deal was going to be permanent at the beginning, but they had to change the structure of the deal because of Financial Fair Play,” Romano told GIVEMESPORT.

“I’m not sure when they will officially announce it, but from what I’ve heard, it’s already agreed upon. Brentford made the decision to assist Arsenal in that regard, but nothing will change. The agreement will become finalized.”With the exception of a loanee-ineligible dead rubber against PSV and an away trip to Brentford, Raya has started every Premier League and Champions League match this season, despite Arteta’s earlier declaration that he lacked a No. 1 goalkeeper.

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Ramsdale is anticipated to stay with Arsenal this month, but if they decide to let go of the England international before June 30th, any transfer money received will be applied to this season’s accounts in order to comply with financial laws. Transfermarkt has Raya appraised at €35 million.

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