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Sports Arsenal Undertakes Wish Player White

21:18  30 july  2021
21:18  30 july  2021 Source:   kicker.de

Arsenal new boy Lokonga backed to emulate Lukaku and Tielemans after £18m move

  Arsenal new boy Lokonga backed to emulate Lukaku and Tielemans after £18m move The 21-year-old midfielder is ready to take on the Premier League challenge says Anderlecht's sporting director, who is tipping him to shineThe Gunners have invested £18 million ($25m) in the highly-rated 21-year-old midfielder.

The FC Arsenal presented his new defender Ben White on Friday. The 23-year-old was the wish player of the Gunners and receives a "long-term contract" at the Premier League club.

Zusammen mit Trainer Mikel Arteta (li.) und dem Technischen Direktor Edu (re.) präsentiert Ben White sein neues Arsenal-Trikot mit der Rückennummer 4. © Arsenal FC Via Getty Images Together with coach Mikel Arteta (Li.) And the technical director Edu (Re.) Ben White presents his new Arsenal jersey with the back number 4.

English international receives long-term contract

about more detailed transfer details wanted The FC Arsenal no information. In the British media, however, it is coincidentally speculated by a transfer fee of 50 million pounds (just under 60 million euros) for the EM subscriber (without use). Even at the contract period, the eighth of the past Premier League season spoke merely from a "long-term" cooperation.

Arteta finds it "Great"

"Ben is a young English player with a great future. He is defensively very strong, well on the ball with a great passive range," said Arsenals Technical Director Edu. Coach Mikel Arteta is also looking forward to the newcomer: "Ben was a top goal of us, and it is great that we have completed his commitment."

At the Gunners, the profi trained by Brighton & Hove in the hierarchy of the most expensive transfers is the third place behind Nicolas Pepé and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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