Arsenal have reportedly agreed to sign Miguel Almiron from MLS side Atlanta United.
According to FOX Deportes, an £11 million deal has been agreed by the Gunners for the midfielder. Furthermore, the speculations only grew after Atlanta official Darren Eales said Almiron is set to join the Premier League in January.
However, later speaking to Paraguayan radio a clarification was made by Almiron’s agent Daniel Compo stating,
ron’s move to London but his statement was vague and lacked clarity, that nothing is formal indicated or proves that player is defiantly moving to Premier League. But the English giants seem to be the front runners in securing the players’ services, as he was also previously linked to Arsenal and was scouted by them in during the summer.
Meanwhile, the likes of Newcastle were also interested in 24-year-old back in July. The player also seems keen for a move to England as he told ESPN in the past that his objective has been join the English league as they play competitive and beautiful style of football.
Almiron is a great player and was bought by Atlanta from Lanus in January of 2017. And since then the player has been impressive in his performances for the club by netting goals and creating chances, and was awarded MLS newcomer of the year 2017.