Arsenal FC's pursuit of a suitable defensive midfielder seems to have led their scouts as far east as Germany, where Borussia Monchengladbach's Swiss sensation Granit Xhaka is making waves with his performances.
Sporting manager Jorge Jesus is confident that Arsenal FC target William Carvalho will stay at the club beyond this summer.
After pulling out of the race to sign Morgan Schneiderlin, Arsenal FC have turned their attention towards Sporting midfielder William Carvalho.
Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho, who is a target of Arsenal since long, has said that he would be keen on a move to England in January but is happy to stay and wait for any developments.
Sporting boss Marco Silva has revealed that midfielder William Carvalho could make a move to the Premier League in January. According to reports, Silva has confirmed that the 22-year-old midfielder is wanted by a number of Premier League clubs. “William is a target for English teams, but I want him to play his game,” he told reporters. “He’s not playing at the same level as last season because last season he was a surprise, but he’s improving. “William has many offers. Let’s wait until January.” Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are said to be interested in acquiring the services of the Portuguese midfielder with Arsenal said to have tried to sign him in the summer. However, the Gunners’ bid was then rejected by Sporting as the club did not reach an agreement with the transfer fee on offer. The player himself has admitted that a move to the Premier League or La Liga will happen “sooner or later”, with Manchester […]
Sporting Lisbon chairman Bruno de Carvalho has insisted that the club is yet to receive any offer for Arsenal FC target William Carvalho.
Arsenal FC have reportedly turned their attention towards William Carvalho after concerns over fitness of Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira.
Arsenal FC have failed with an initial bid of £24m for Sporting CP midfielder William Carvalho, but are likely to return with an improved offer.
Manchester United target William Carvalho Will be allowed to leave for £37million, Augusto Ignacio, director of Sporting Lisbon, has hinted.
Chelsea are ready to hijack Manchester United’s pursuit of long term target William Carvalho.