Arsenal is clear to sign a £ 40m midfielder after the big Liverpool move decision

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Arsenal Liverpool received a big boost in their bid to sign Brighton star Yves Bessuma.

Having signed a five-year contract when he joined from Lille in 2018, the 24-year-old will only have two years of that to work in the summer and there has been a lot of interest from clubs over the past few months because of those amazing performances.

The Seagulls will ask for £ 40m to ditch the player who blossomed into becoming a core member of Potter’s team, a fee Arsenal is said to be willing to pay to bring him to the Emirates.

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Mikel Arteta He is a man who knows he needs improvement Team In the transfer window and add to what he has in the team in order to make this Arsenal team compete again for this Champions League and Premier League Titles

But there was also a lot of speculation that Liverpool were ready to take in and try to close the deal, as they were reportedly keen to find a suitable replacement for departing Jorginho Wijnaldum.

However, according to The Athletic, manager Jürgen Klopp thinks a member already on the team can fill Wijnaldum in midfield, and the report adds that Klopp trusts Curtis Jones and is not likely to sell Nabi Keita or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the summer.

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Look, Basuma is a good player and Arsenal will be very lucky to sign them all. So if the reports are correct and Liverpool quit the chase, that would be great news for their chances of landing a deal.

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