Arsenal and Manchester City have reached an agreement on a £30M deal for Man City Ukrainian Midfielder Oleksandr Zinchenko, via reports from David Ornstien.
The Gunners are finalizing a move for the 25 year old. The deal will also include £2M in achievable add ons. The player is waiting for the green light to leave City training camp and join the Gunners.
An agreement for the Ukrainian international has been reached and Arsenal are in the final stages of the deal. Manchester City will receive a fee worth £30m plus £2m in potential add-ons. Negotiations concerning personal terms and wages are already in place and all that remains is the medicals and the signature of the player.
Zinchenko has been keen to reunite with Mikel Arteta at Arsenal and has already agreed to personal terms. He will join the Gunners on a four-year deal and look to further fortify the Spaniard’s rebuilding project.
A report from Fabrizio Romano has emerged, saying that Manchester City are not willing to let the Ukrainian’s transfer fee grow stale in their pockets, but are channelling the resources towards luring primary target, Marc Cucurella to the Etihad. Manchester City are reportedly preparing a bid for the Seagulls prime star in an immediate clap back transfer.
With less than a fortnight left for the Cityzens to lock horns with Mersey side rivals Liverpool in the Community Shield, Pep Guardiola would be hoping to round up all transfers to help in his team assessment ahead of the coming campaign.