Arsenal seek to loan Pablo Mari to Serie A side Udinese

Arsenal seek to loan Pablo Mari to Serie A side Udinese
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The January 2022 transfer window is open (see when it closes here), and there’s a lot of gossip swirling around who’s going to move in. Transfer Talk brings you the latest news on rumors, comings and goings, and of course, expired deals!

Important story: Arsenal’s Mari is ready for loan from Serie A

Italian club Udinese is still busy in the January transfer window and is said to be close to signing Pablo Mari On loan from Arsenal, reports Fabrizio Romano.

Marie has been attracting admiring glances from Sampdoria, but it is Udinese who now look superb to take the Spaniard on loan for the rest of the season.

The centre-back joined Arsenal from Flamengo two years ago and although his transfer has become permanent since then, he has struggled to get some time at the north London club. This season, after making just three appearances, the 28-year-old is clearly not making an appearance in coach Mikel Arteta’s plans.

Udinese will cover some of Marie’s wages but will not have the option to purchase it at the end of the loan period. The move could be the first signal in a series of departures from the Emirates Stadium as Arteta seeks to revitalize his team.

Udinese also reached an agreement with Leicester City to sign Philip Benkovic Free.

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paper chatter

– Newcastle United remain active in January as they look to bolster their squad in the upcoming relegation battle, and Jason Burt in the Daily Telegraph Reports indicate that the Magpie has made a new offer to buy Seville for Diego Carlos. The report comes after it was reported that Newcastle had signed the striker Chris Wood From Burnley for £25m, it is hoped the 28-year-old defender Carlos – whose move could cost £40m – can help fill in the gaps in Newcastle’s defence. In another effort to strengthen their squad, Newcastle are also said to be interested Todd Cantwell From Norwich City. The 23-year-old midfielder will cost the region £15m, according to Rudy Galletti.

– Newcastle are also said to be launching a bold bid to sign RB Leipzig’s Amadou Hydra From under the noses of Manchester United, according to the Daily Mail. The 23-year-old midfielder has been linked with Ralf Rangnick’s side, but Newcastle are said to be meeting RB Leipzig’s £80m price tag which could help them seal the deal. Hydara is currently playing for Mali in the African Nations Cup.

– Genoa is close to moving to Nadim Amiri From Bayer Leverkusen, according to Niccolo Chira. The Germany international tested positive for COVID last Friday and may move to Italy when the quarantine period ends, rather than return to playing for the Bundesliga team. The 25-year-old attacking midfielder last played in Leverkusen’s 2-2 draw against FC Union Berlin last week, playing 12 games in total this season, scoring once.

Aside from the aforementioned Marie loan, Arsenal are also looking to make room in their squad for new faces that could include the Juventus midfielder. Arthur Melo And Leicester City star Yuri Tillmans. That’s according to Goal, who believes talks have taken place between Arsenal and Juventus over a loan deal that will see the 25-year-old join up until the end of the season. Meanwhile, Arsenal have also allegedly spoken to Tillmans’ agent about a possible move. The 24-year-old Belgian has 18 months left on his contract at King Power Stadium and is not expected to sign an extension.

Cristiano Ronaldo He told ESPN Brasil that “anything is possible” when it comes to the prospect of playing in Brazil. In an exclusive interview, Ronaldo – who has recently been linked with a move away from Manchester United – said he has great respect for what he calls his ‘sister country’. The 36-year-old is rumored to be unhappy with the way United are doing, so a move to Brazil, where he can live near his sister who already lives there, is not out of possibilities.


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