TERMS AGREED, DEAL Almost DONE For Arsenal Summer Target

Arsenal were set to steal Ilkay Gundogan from Manchester United's grasps. [Picture: Getty]

Arsenal were set to steal Ilkay Gundogan from Manchester United’s grasps. [Picture: Getty]

The summer transfer window is still a few weeks away from been officially open. However, this has not stopped clubs and players alike from wrapping up deals ahead of time.

Arsenal have reportedly been dealt a massive transfer blow with fresh reports that summer midfield target Ilkay Gundogan has finally agreed a deal with rival club Manchester United and the transfer of the midfielder is set to be announced by United.

This report is coming amid claims that the German midfielder was in talks with Barcelona last week over a potential move this summer.

He told Spanish newspaper Marca per Daily Star: “Yes, we are negotiating. I have not taken any decision yet but I’m open to all possibilities.

“We do not know where I will play.”

But fresh reports according to Sportsvibe claim United have won the race to his signature.

The report says the Red Devils are “on the verge” of announcing him as their second signing following the arrival of Memphis Depay.

Bayern Munich where reportedly keen on the star, but the deal fell through with issues of the 24-year-old’s wages, and now it seems United have swooped in for their man.

Arsenal where plotting a summer transfer shocker with reports of talks been held with the family of Gundogan, after it was said that the Red Devils where somewhat reluctant in pushing through the deal for the central midfielder due to his poor injury record.

Arsenal will be rocked with news that United have fended off competition for the German star.


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