Lacazette To Arsenal, Williams To Everton – What Potential Transfer Bombs We Can Expect In The Next Few Days?

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Alexandre Lacazette’s transfer to Arsenal on hold

 

Alexandre Lacazette

Even though the transfer of Alexandre Lacazette from Lyon to Arsenal was looking like a done deal, things have changed in the last 24 hours. Allegedly, this player has been offered a lot better contract by Lyon’s club board, so the chances to see them playing at the Emirates are dropping at the moment. This transfer period has been pretty silent for Arsene Wenger and The Gunners, if we exclude the arrival of Swiss midfielder Xhaka. This 25 – year old striker would be a great addition for Arsenal without a doubt. He was one of the best players in Ligue1 last year and netted 21 goals in 34 games. Season 2014/2015 was even better for him as he scored 27 times. The odds to see them wear Arsenal’s jersey next season are 7/5 at the moment.

Ashley Williams very close to Everton deal

Market value of all players from Wales national team has increased a lot after amazing performances in EURO 2016, as well as demand. Many Premier League teams have tried to lay their hands on 31 – year old defender from Swansea City Ashley Williams, but it seems like The Toffees will win the race. Williams has been member of The Swans for 9 years, but recently stated that he is ready for some new challenge. Besides Bale and Robson-Kanu, he was one of the best individuals for Wales in France. Allegedly, the fee paid for this transfer will be somewhere close to £10 million.

Burnley’s star requesting transfer?

Burnley have finally found their way back to Premier League after very dramatic finish in Championship last year. There is no way they could have done it without Andre Gray, an amazing 25 – year old striker who netted 23 goals in 41 appearances. According to some UK newspapers Sunderland are very interested to negotiate a price for Gray. Mauro Pochettino was the first head manager showing the interest for this player one month ago, but Burnley were prepared to let Gray go for a fee close to £30 million. It is very interesting to mention that Burnley signed Andre Gray two years ago in £6 million deal from Brentford.

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