Have Arsenal Finally Got Their Man? – Twitter Reactions To Arsenal’s Long Awaited Higuain Deal!

This is like the 5oth time we are reporting something on Higuain. It was reported some 13 days ago that an Arsenal delegation had flown out to Madrid to finalise the Higuain deal, but other than a few thousand rumours spreading across England and Spain, the player is yet to arrive at London.

However, Higuain senior quoted by the Fox Sports Argentina, has admitted that Madrid have given a green signal for the deal and the Argentine is now ever so close to making the long awaited switch to the Emirates.

“We have been given permission by Real Madrid to negotiate with Arsenal. I will luckily be able to see my son in the Premier League soon. There isn’t anything signed yet, but the negotiations are very advanced,” he said.

“We haven’t spoken about the contract yet. Arsenal have made a great offer, in the same way as Juventus.”

This has certainly re-ignited the transfer mills today, as almost all the major dailies have come up with a story line. Here are a few links to the gossip columns.

The Daily mail quotes – Arsenal on brink of sealing £22m Higuain as Real Madrid striker jets into London.

The Guardian – Gonzalo Higuaín set to complete £23m move to Arsenal from Real Madrid.

FoxSports – Higuain ‘set to open Arsenal talks’.

Mirror – Arsenal’s pursuit of Real Madrid’s Gonzalo Higuain nearly complete as deal moves closer

 The Independent – Arsenal move step closer to Gonzalo Higuain deal. Higuain’s father and agent admits that he has been given permission by Real Madrid to speak to the Gunners and finalise a switch to north London.
Although Higuain is still a million miles away from being a Gunner, it does look like he will finally make his way to England.


And here are some tweets to look at:

We will start with @KayLMurray tweet, a well known Journalist.




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