Arsenal linked with impressive striker and could complete the signing for just €10M

Arsenal linked with impressive striker and could complete the signing for just €10M

Ferran Jutgla is a name in the limelight at present when it comes to European football following his impressive start to the season.

The Club Brugge star has netted eight goals with a further five assists so far this campaign across 14 matches and has played a huge role in the Belgian side sitting top of their Champions League group.

The 23-year-old’s efforts have not gone unnoticed, as according to Todofichajes, Luis Enrique is even considering taking the forward to the World Cup in Qatar in order to reinforce the attack of the Spanish National Team.

Jutgla signed for Brugge from Barcelona this summer and has a contract with the Belgian side until 2027 but could he already be on the move in the summer?

According to Todofichajes, Arsenal have become interested in the 23-year old and Mikel Arteta has reportedly asked the Gunners’ board to move for the forward.

The signing of Jutgla would only cost the Premier League side €10M, according to the report, which makes it seem like a no brainer for the the London club.


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Atletico Madrid

All documents ready for Barcelona and Atletico Madrid to complete and announce the permanent signing of Antoine Griezmann. The final fee is €20m plus total €4m add-ons package – now just matter of time for the official statement, as the deal is finally in place.


Ferran Jutgla is performing superbly with Club Brugge since Barcelona sold him for €5m plus sell-on clause in the summer. Xavi says: “I’m very happy for Ferran… and we don’t rule out anything Jutgla-related in the future. Here, it’d have been difficult with Lewandowski ahead of him.”

Christopher Vivell is set to be appointed as the new Chelsea technical director after positive talks. The Blues are still working on finding a sporting director as well, with an appointment not currently looking imminent.

Graham Potter on Thiago Silva: “I’ve really enjoyed working with Thiago, he’s a character – fantastic experience behind him but has a humility to just so the job and that’s nice to see.”

Tammy Abraham on Chelsea’s buy-back clause: “I’m happy with Roma and I’m focused on my job here. The team is good. The manager is good. The city, the fans, I’m happy. Only God knows the future.”


Everton have the option to sign Conor Coady permanently in June. Frank Lampard on triggering the clause: “It’s maybe not a question for now as it’s a long season. I don’t think it’s time. Conor knows how I feel about him and how the club feels about him.”


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Jurgen Klopp protecting Darwin Nunez again: “I really like his movements, they are really good and natural. That’s something we didn’t have in that way before. That’s what I like Darwin and that’s why I’m sure everything will be fine.”

Manchester City

Pep Guardiola on Romeo Lavia: “Romeo started amazingly at Southampton, then he’s had an injury… he left City as we got a good offer for him and his development, but we have an option in the future”.

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Erling Haaland celebrates a goal

Pep Guardiola: “Thank you so much that Haaland chose Man City! All of the questions about Erling… but the guys at Man City accept it perfectly. De Bruyne’s an exceptional person, he’s happy to have Erling and it goes for all the players.”

Newcastle United

So many players were linked with Newcastle last year after their new owners came in, but what a statement signing Bruno Guimaraes has ended up being in.

One for the present and the future, he joined for €42m plus add-ons – it looks like great business. Many other clubs were also interested but he chose Newcastle.


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Real Madrid

Carlo Ancelotti on Toni Kroos: “Toni Kroos’ renewal? It depends on him. If he decides to stay, we will all be happy.”


Many clubs are monitoring Davide Frattesi as he’s now one of the most talented midfielders in Serie A.

He revealed yesterday: “My dream was to join AS Roma in the summer, it was close but then deal collapsed – I’ll do my best to join a top club in the future.”


Destiny Udogie on Tottenham move in 2023: “I’ve not spoken to Antonio Conte yet, I’m not worried: Premier League is amazing and I speak fluent English. I want to improve my skills here in Serie A with Udinese and then it will be time for Spurs.”

West Ham

Armando Broja scored his first senior goal for Chelsea yesterday – West Ham were the closest to signing him in the summer, but had a £30m bid turned down for the young striker.

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