Udinese keen on to agree deal for Arsenal 6 ft 4 Arsenal centre-back

By | May 19, 2022

As the Serie A club Udinese continue to be pleased with the loan stint that Arsenal centre-half Pablo Mari is having at Dacia Arena, the board keep working on a summer plan to buy the star from the Gunners.

Outlet Tutto Udinese last weekend write about the current situation, stating that as the contacts continue, chairman Gino Pozzo is prepared to raise a proposal and convince the English side of a deal.

Their offer for the Spaniard had been of €4 million, but since he has been doing pretty well there, it is said the Premier League club raised the valuation.

There is still some confidence for a proposed deal, with the same report adding there is room for a total agreement, while the parties now continue to negotiate a transfer sum.

Once they shake hands, then I Friulani management still must get to an understanding with Pablo himself, as they cannot pay him the same wages he currently has in his present contract with his parent club.

Since signing for them in the January transfer window, the player had 13 starts for Udinese already and only missed one match due to suspension.