Arsenal send scout to watch Federico Valverde – Latest Arsenal News

Arsenal send scout to watch Federico Valverde

In the same way as other different sides, North London mammoth Arsenal sent their scouts out amid the FIFA worldwide break to keep a nearby watch on some of their objectives and this week, Gunners scouts were available on the stands for Austria’s 2-1 triumph over South American side Uruguay.

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With the winter exchange window set to open in January, the Gunners are doing their task on conceivable signings, however the unavoidable issue is, who were the Arsenal scouts taking a gander at amid the match?

The Arsene Wenger drove team, as of late have been emphatically connected with moves for three of Uruguay’s up and coming prospects, to be specific Rodrigo Bentancur, Federico Valverde, and Jose Maria Gimenez.

Federico Valverde is a 19-year-old profoundly appraised assaulting midfielder who marked for Spanish La Liga side Real Madrid the previous summer for about €5million from Uruguayan club Penarol. The wonderkid has gotten the attention of numerous suitors, on advance with Deportivo La Coruna this crusade and played his first universal diversion back in September.

Bentancur, 20, just joined Italian Serie A mammoth Juventus this past summer, landing in a €10.5m move from Brazilian side Boca Juniors. He played his first universal match a month ago in the wake of making a decent begin in Turin.

Atletico Madrid focus back Jose Gimenez has been a general starter for the side and the National team in the course of the most recent year and a half or something like that and will be a free operator toward the finish of the flow season when his agreement runs out.

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