Arsenal to seal Higuain transfer as he rejects Napoli contract?

With Arsenal fans still wondering which striker Arsene Wenger will turn to after our transfer offer was turned down by Jamie Vardy, the news reported by Metro that the Argentina international Gonzalo Higuain is looking to move on from his Serie A club Napoli comes as a huge boost.

Whether Arsenal can finally seal the deal for the forward we tried to sign from Real Madrid a few years ago remains to be seen, though, as Napoli will still demand a big transfer fee for their star man. The Italian side cannot be too demanding though, even with Higuain having a huge release clause of nearly 100 million euros in his contract, because the player’s agent and brother Nicolas has declared that Gonzalo will definitely not be signing a new deal and so could walk away for nothing in two years.

He said, ‘Gonzalo [Higuain] won’t renew his contract with Napoli. Napoli are currently asking for the payment of his release clause as a condition for his departure, but Gonzalo and I decided not to extend the deal.

‘We’ll see what happen next year, we could even wait until the contract’s expiry date.’

Following on from this revelation it seems to me that Arsenal have a good chance of signing this top quality striker who scored over a goal a game in the league last season and broke the long standing Serie A record. But will Arsene Wenger move and will Arsenal be willing to stump up enough cash to make Napoli sell?

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4 comments

  1. Madaki says:

    Arsene Wenger pls don’t fold our hands this season, go for a prolific striker for our club , stop running the club like your personal company. what stops a big club like arsenal from signing Higuain or Lewandowski Girouid is trying his best but he is not that prolific enough to win us a premier league. pls Wenger we are on our kneels.

  2. Madaki says:

    To me there is n doubt that a striker of Higuain’s quality can be a good signing in any club but I don’t see him coming to our Arsenal because of his release clause which i’m Arsene Wenger cannot match. I wish it’s possible anyway. I also believe there other strikers we can afford with relatively lower price tags like Lacazette, Islam,Barbosa n Chicharito. gunner 4 life

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