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Arsenal recently reached out to Real Madrid in hopes of acquiring their highly valued player for a reported fee of £85m.



Arsenal have initiated communication with Real Madrid regarding the potential transfer of their coveted £85m player.


Arsenal’s reputation as a top club has enabled them to initiate talks with Real Madrid for the acquisition of their highly coveted £85m player.


Arsenal possesses the allure to entice top-tier players from around the globe, and Edu Gaspar has recently expressed interest in acquiring a prominent figure from Real Madrid.


Undoubtedly, Mikel Arteta has successfully revolutionized Arsenal, hasn’t he?


At present, the Gunners reign supreme at the summit of the Premier League standings and have secured a spot in the Champions League quarter-finals, a feat they haven’t accomplished in 14 years.


Arsenal’s progress is evident as they are now in a favorable position to pursue signings from top-tier clubs.


Arteta has expressed interest in acquiring a star player from Real Madrid.


Arsenal has initiated contact with Real Madrid in hopes of securing their player.


Anticipated to be highly active in the upcoming summer transfer window, the Gunners are determined to strengthen their squad.


Their primary focus will be on recruiting a new striker who can consistently deliver 20 or 25 goals per season, a task that won’t come without challenges.


Arsenal is also looking to bolster their midfield, with uncertainties surrounding the futures of Thomas Partey, Jorginho, and Mohamed Elneny.


The Gunners are also eyeing reinforcements out wide, with reports from Spanish newspaper Sport suggesting that Real Madrid’s Rodrygo Goes is a target for Arsenal.


Both Arsenal and Liverpool have reached out to Real Madrid to inquire about the Brazilian attacker, but the Galacticos consider him non-transferable.


Even though it seems unlikely, if Rodrygo does become available, Real Madrid is expected to demand a fee of at least €100 million (£85m) for his services in the upcoming transfer window.


Rodrygo, originally a right-winger, has been predominantly utilized as a centre-forward by Carlo Ancelotti since Karim Benzema’s departure from Real Madrid last summer. Esteemed as a ‘magical’ player by Nacho Fernandez, the Brazilian has excelled in his new role, netting 13 goals and contributing eight assists across all competitions.


Should Arsenal secure the signing of Rodrygo, it is anticipated that he will primarily operate as a right-winger. This position will pit him against Bukayo Saka, and regrettably for the Real Madrid player, his statistics pale in comparison to the Gunners’ number seven.


Despite featuring in four fewer matches for Arsenal this season, Saka has impressively scored 16 goals and provided 15 assists across all competitions. Consequently, he currently holds the highest rating among all players in the Premier League throughout this campaign.