Fabrizio provides update on Gabriel situation After Arsenal’s star meets ‘Saudi Pro League club’ in London.
In light of interest from the Saudi Pro League, Fabrizio Romano has provided an update on the star player Gabriel’s future.
Moreover, the Brazil defender once more listed on the substitutes’ list for Monday’s 1-0 victory over Crystal Palace. He didn’t make the starting lineup for the second straight game.
He did serve as a substitute during the second half. However, he replaced Gabriel Martinelli as team captain in the latter stages after Martin Odegaard withdrew and Tomiyasu was out.
However, given that he was a constant for Arsenal last season, his current lack of playing time has been unexpected.
Al Ittihad of the Saudi Pro League and Real Madrid of Spain are interested in signing the Brazilian. Furthermore, this has fueled rumors that the 25-year-old would quit Arsenal this summer.
Romano has now provided a progress report on his future.
Gabriel, an Arsenal star, is updated on transfers by Fabrizio Romano.
Romano assuaged Arsenal supporters’ worries on Twitter by saying that the team has no plans to sell Gabriel this summer. Furthermore, Arsenal hasn’t even put in a bid for the Brazilian.
Despite Al Ittihad’s interest, he wrote: “Understand Arsenal have no intention to trade Gabriel Magalhaes.”
“At this point, Arsenal did not even want to mention a price for the Brazilian center-back. He’s to stay.”
Nevertheless, Al Ittihad’s interest in the defense continues, claims Saudi Arabian writer Ahmed Al-Ajlan.
He claims that Gabriel met with club representatives in London to discuss a prospective transfer. However, it’s still unclear how far the negotiations will go or what will occur.
Additionally, after two games, Al Ittihad is in first place in the Saudi Pro League standings. The team has already added several significant players during the summer transfer season.
On September 7, six days following the end of the European transfer season, the league’s window closes. Therefore, if any players go on sale after the conclusion of the European window on September 7, European teams are not allowed to hunt for replacements.