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Mikel Arteta’s transfer nightmare becoming a reality, Arsenal sent a significant £52 million deadline day warning.

Mikel Arteta’s transfer nightmare becoming a reality, Arsenal sent a significant £52 million deadline day warning.

Because of his waning popularity under Mikel Arteta, Gabriel Magalhaes’ future at Arsenal is becoming more and more uncertain.

Arsenal issued a deadline day warning as Arteta’s transfer nightmare got closer to reality.

Gabriel Magalhaes might leave Arsenal, according to Danny Murphy, before this week’s deadline for summer transfers. As Mikel Arteta keeps tinkering with his backline, the 25-year-old defender has been frequently linked with a move away from the Emirates Stadium recently.

Gabriel, whose deal with London Colney expires in 2027, started each Premier League game for the Gunners last season and contributed to their 14 clean sheets. The center back from Brazil, who was instrumental in helping Arsenal win the English Premier League, quickly became one of the league’s most feared players.

But despite his outstanding performances the previous season, Arteta has mysteriously left him off the starting lineup for each of the Gunners’ opening three games of the new season. Instead, the Spaniard has shifted Takehiro Tomiyasu or Jakub Kiwior into the left-back position, moved Ben White alongside William Saliba, and shifted Thomas Partey into the right-back position.

Murphy has cautioned Arteta that Gabriel, who is valued at $51 million, may try to leave because he appears to be unnecessary in north London. The former midfielder for Fulham and Liverpool said on Match of the Day: “The Gabriel one does. He was so good for them the previous year, so why does he seem to be choosing everyone else over him is a little perplexing. I wouldn’t be shocked if we saw him leave this week. “.

Saudi Arabia has been suggested as a possible departure point for Gabriel from Arsenal. Arteta worries that the Saudi Pro League transfer window will close almost three weeks after the Premier League deadline due to the large number of players leaving the Middle East this summer.

The Gunners manager said, “I think we need to change that [the window closing on September 20].”. When asked if it should be moved to September 1 later, Arteta responded, “Yes, please. Although I am unable to make decisions for the club, the principle would be [not to sell after September 1].

“There are many people involved in that process, and they would all have a say, just as the owners would. Like any offer, it would be laid out in front of you for consideration. They are a competitor, so that’s the only thing I’m saying—it’s not ideal. “.

Jurgen Klopp is equally concerned as Arteta about Mohamed Salah’s rumored move to Saudi Arabia. The Liverpool manager said: “There’s speculation and I think that’s completely normal at this point in time,” in a statement to Sky Sports.

“Mo is a very seasoned player who is fully committed to the team and to us here. To be honest, I’m not concerned about that. A big club could always come in and want players off of a regular club in the Premier League or other leagues. That market has now expanded.

We’ll have to wait and see if I’m worried or not. With Hendo and Fabinho, we have our own personal experience with it. The longer transfer window, however, is generally what is a real issue.

It’s a serious issue because, as long as you have the opportunity to respond, it’s somewhat a part of doing business.

A catastrophe occurs when we are no longer able to respond.

“That is the reality. I already asked the authorities to look into it a few weeks ago because I thought it would be really bad if they could just pick players. “.

Arteta’s worst fear of Gabriel joining a Saudi Arabian club coming true would mean that the Arsenal manager would ultimately be pro ven correct, but at what cost?

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