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JUST IN: Arsenal has offered €70m for this summer premium commodity player. Is he worth the offer??

English football club Arsenal has made another offer for the Brazilian professional footballer Raphael Dias Belloli. The 25-year-old Leeds United player has been one of the hottest and most wanted players for this summer window as notable clubs like Chelsea, Tottenham and Barcelona are all in a hot chase for him. Arteta side has tabled a second offer of €70m for the Winger and is awaiting a response from the Leeds United management. The first deal offered by the Gunners was rejected as the Whites are only willing to sell out the player as long as their valuations and demands are met. €55m plus €15m add-ons have been brought to the table as Leeds United had insisted that the player will go for nothing less than €65m.

 

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Barcelona has always had an eye for the player and is the most preferred choice by the player but their current financial status may not allow them a chance in the race with other clubs for him. Arsenal and Tottenham have taken to their heels in the realisation of Barcelona’s misfortune to see that the player begins with their team at the start of the forthcoming season

 

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