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Exclusive: Fabrizio Romano clarifies the Arsenal transfer situation.

Exclusive: Fabrizio Romano clarifies the Arsenal transfer situation.

A slightly unexpected update on the Gabriel Magalhaes transfer situation involving the Arsenal defense has been provided by Fabrizio Romano.

The transfer news expert clarified Gabriel’s connections to Saudi Pro League clubs in his exclusive CaughtOffside column, claiming that the initial level of interest in the Gunners center-back was never all that great.

This may come as a surprise to some supporters after Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta started the Brazilian center back from the bench against Crystal Palace last night, despite the fact that he later entered the game as a substitute at Selhurst Park, where Arsenal eventually prevailed 1-0.

Even so, Gabriel’s excellent performance last season and his demonstration of his status as one of Europe’s best defenders will undoubtedly cause Gooners everywhere to sigh with relief.

Romano even claimed that a source had jokingly told him that it would cost up to €200 million to let go of Gabriel, but the truth is that the club doesn’t even have an asking price in mind because the 25-year-old is ineligible.

Gabriel Magalhaes of Arsenal is the subject of “another significant story,” according to Romano. “He didn’t start last night’s game against Crystal Palace, but he came on in the second half and played very well, demonstrating once more his importance as well as his history as a leader in the locker room.

However, there have undoubtedly been widespread rumors that Al Ittihad is in London and is attempting to persuade Arsenal to sell Gabriel. My sources, however, tell me that Arsenal has no intention of selling or negotiating and that there is no way. This was the case before Jurrien Timber’s injury, and it is even more true now because it would be insane to sell such a crucial player with only ten days left in the transfer window.

Furthermore, I’ve been informed that there is nothing concrete with any club, as Saudi interest has never been that great. Although it was a joke, someone once told me that it would cost around €200 million for the negotiations to even begin. In reality, Arsenal has no intention of negotiating and has not set a price. He is an untouchable player and will remain.”.

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