Premier league news Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news

MetiNews.Com - The search is now on for Arsenal as they look to find a replacement for outgoing veteran centre-back David Luiz ahead of next season following last week's news

Premier league news Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news

MetiNews.Com - The search is now on for Arsenal as they look to find a replacement for outgoing veteran centre-back David Luiz ahead of next season following last week's news

Premier league news  Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news
17 May 2021 - 08:53

Breaking News ! Arsenal may have already decided on David Luiz's replacement ahead of his departure this summer. Luiz is set to leave the Gunners at the end of the season with the club agreeing the centre-back will move on at the end of his current contract this summer. But with the veteran having played a sizable part this season, his departure leaves a void at the back for Mikel Arteta, despite the emergence of Rob Holding and Pablo Mari. Though, perhaps not for long with reports claiming the Gunners are already drawing up a shortlist of centre-backs, including one current Fulham defender. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play Tap to play The video will auto-play soon8Cancel Play now According to The Athletic, Fulham's Tosin Adarabioyo is the man on Edu and Arteta's radar heading into this summer when a centre-back will now be on the wishlist. Adarabioyo has impressed for Fulham this season, making 31 Premier League appearances. Despite the Cottagers suffering relegation, Scott Parker's men managed a very respectable goals-against tally with only one other team between 13th and 20th managing to concede less. Adarabioyo was part of a relatively solid defence having joined Fulham from Manchester City last year, also spending time with West Brom and Blackburn Rovers on loan previously. Still only 23, Adarabioyo appears to be a big talent and one that does not look likely to be playing Championship football next season. Sign up for our Arsenal newsletter for all the latest news Do you want all the latest news from around Arsenal Football Club straight to your email inbox? Of course you do.

. And, not only that, but you will get exclusive content from our club writers Chris Wheatley and Kaya Kaynak before anyone else. You won't miss a thing when it comes to the Gunners. How do you sign up? It's easy and only takes seconds. Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article - or any article on the Arsenal section of football.london in fact - labelled 'Get the biggest daily stories by email' and click 'Subscribe'. Alternatively, you can click here and tick the Arsenal box to subscribe for our Gunners newsletter. If you decide later that you no longer wish to receive the emails, simply follow the unsubscribe link in one of the newsletters - but we don't think you'll want to. Adarabioyo could be one of the players Fulham are forced to allow to leave, and Arsenal could take advantage of that, though the centre-back may not become overly cheap given he is under contract until 2023. The Gunners will likely have other names on their shortlist to go along with Adarabioyo ahead of the summer, but given he and Arteta know each other from their time at City, this one might just make sense.

Source = MetiNews.Com

This news 84 hits received.

Premier league news Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news


Premier league news Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news


Premier league news Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news


Premier league news Edu and Mikel Arteta earmark Tosin Adarabioyo amid David Luiz exit news Last spor news

COMMENTS

  • 0 Comment
MAY INTEREST YOU x
Last transfer news  Celtic news: Hoops fans right to be angry amid Howe delay - Hutton breaking sport news
Last transfer news Celtic news: Hoops fans right to be angry amid...
Sport news  Arsenal Fan TV hit back at 'baseless' and 'entirely unsubstantiated' claims that they have dropped pundit Moh Haider over his support for Palestine after he slammed the popular YouTube channel for showing 'a lack of class' after seven years of
Sport news Arsenal Fan TV hit back at 'baseless' and 'entirely...