Arsenal: “making no effort” with £30 million star at Emirates

Arsenal: “making no effort” with £30 million star at Emirates

According to Sky Sports, Tavares originally joined Arsenal from Benfica in 2021 for a reported £8 million.

Tavares has made 22 appearances since moving to north London for the team and spent the previous season on loan with Marseille of France.

Tavares has fallen far down the Emirates hierarchy this season with Oleksandr Zinchenko, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Kieran Tierney, and Jurrien Timber as left-back options.

Nottingham Forest was interested in the Portuguese defender earlier in the transfer period and hoped to secure him for £30 million.

Aston Villa is now considering making a move for the left-back, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, who later confirmed that a deal between the two clubs had fallen through.

It would be wise business on the part of Arsenal if they could somehow close a deal for around £30 million while earning £22 million in profit over a few years.

Given the options Mikel Arteta has available to him, Tavares will likely struggle to even make the bench under him, so it would be best for everyone if he moved on.

Now that the former Benfica left-back has been evaluated, journalist Brown has provided his opinion.

What did Brown have to say about Tavares and Arsenal?

Tavares’ return to this Arsenal team this season may be challenging, according to Brown.

The journalist continues, “I don’t think Arteta is doing much to reintegrate him at the Emirates,” he says.

He told GIVEMESPORT that he couldn’t see Tavares ever coming around. He’s been somewhat absent from the scene for a while. I don’t think Arteta is doing much to help him reintegrate.

He is aware that the club has been considering offers for him and that he is up for sale. He’ll leave if a suitable one comes along, and I believe he has already made the decision that he probably needs to find another job. So, it remains very likely that he will move on. “.

Summer 2023 will see new Arsenal hires. Fee.

David Raya (from Brentford). Loan.

Kai Haverz (of Chelsea). £65m.

Declan Rice, a West Ham player. £105m.

Ajax player Jurrien Timber. £38m.

via Sky Sports, all transfer fees.

Next steps for Arsenal?

After making some wise purchases earlier in the summer, Arsenal may decide to concentrate on off-season transactions before the window closes.

Previously, journalist Brown told GIVEMESPORT that he anticipated a decision regarding Folarin Balogun’s future to be made within the upcoming days.

Nizaar Kinsella, a journalist, claims that Chelsea is thinking about making a move for the American international while Mauricio Pochettino considers the type of attacker he wants to sign.

It might be best for Balogun to move on this summer given that Arteta has options in attack in Eddie Nketiah, Gabriel Jesus, and Kai Havertz.

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