Earlier on Thursday, we covered the latest from Italy on Arthur and a potential move to Arsenal.
TuttoMercatoWeb were the ones who had provided it, explaining negotiations for the Brazilian were on standby since the Gunners had not improved their six-month loan offer.
Calciomercato now bring their information a bit later on Thursday, revealing the player ‘is looking for a stimulating project, but above all one in which he is the fulcrum of the game’.
For him, ‘it doesn’t matter if he needs to leave Turin and rebuild a base elsewhere’, with Arsenal a potential destination, because Mikel Arteta is a ‘great admirer’ of the player.
Now, ‘Juventus and Arthur are waiting for a relaunch’ from the Gunners, and a ‘counter move is not to be excluded in the next few hours’, because time is clearly running. Out.
Down his end, Arthur ‘continues to push and does so also through his agent, Federico Pastorello’, as he is ‘sure that he will find what he is missing at Juventus’ in north London, meaning minutes and a return to form.
Juventus ‘do not close on the sale of Arthur’ and have Nahitan Nandez as a potential replacement lined up, ‘but a convincing move is needed’.
That’s why Calciomercato reckon ‘the pressure of the player can convince Arsenal to expose themselves and unlock the deal’.