Will AS Roma’s Nicolo Chaniolo (23) go to Arsenal?
British media ‘Express’ reported on the 16th (Korean time) that “Arsenal are interested in signing Chaniolo.”
“Arsenal wants to be busy in the transfer market in January. In particular, manager Mikel Arteta is interested in strengthening their attack power,” he said. can be added,” he added.
Also, “According to local reports in Italy, Chaniolo has not discussed contract renewal with Roma for several months. The club is worried that Chaniolo’s salary will increase significantly,” he said.
Chaniolo is a key Roma player led by manager José Mourinho. He scored 2 goals and 5 assists in 28 Serie A matches in the 2021-22 season. In particular, he became the main player in leading the championship with 5 goals and 3 assists in 10 matches of the European Football Federation (UEFA) Europa Conference League.
Chaniolo is a versatile midfielder. He can also play as a side striker, second striker and central midfielder. His strength is his versatility, which allows him to see multiple positions. He is good at his team play, with excellent playmaking, great physicality and concise ball touch.
His contract ends in June 2024. However, there is no concrete discussion about his contract renewal yet. He is the reason for rumors that he could move to another team.
Tottenham actively stepped forward in the transfer market last summer. In particular, manager Antonio Conte has been watching him for a long time. He is said to have been interested in Chaniolo since his time at Inter Milan메이저사이트. After taking the Tottenham helm, he once again participated in the signing.
Tottenham tried to fill the attacking midfielder position through Caniolo. If it was difficult to transfer completely, I planned to bring it on loan. He almost seemed to come to an agreement. However, manager Mourinho refused. Negotiations have become difficult.
In this situation, Arsenal is expected to actively step out. The media commented, “Arsenal is thinking that they can sign him for 21.8 million pounds (about 34.7 billion won).”