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Tottenham likely to take Arsenal’s target worth £55m

Arsenal could lose midfield sensation to arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur when the summer transfer window opens.

Arsenal may miss out on Everton midfielder Amadou Onana, who is supposedly ‘gravitating’ towards Tottenham Hotspur.

Amadou Onana

The Gunners are looking for a new striker, left-back, and midfielder for the summer of 2024, and the 22-year-old Belgian international was considered the best candidate for the latter position. However, as the Emirates club shifts their focus to Real Sociedad‘s Martin Zubimendi and Aston Villa‘s Douglas Luiz, it appears Spurs have moved in on the Senegalese-born player.

According to writer Ignazio Genuardi, via SportWitness, the Gunners remain’strongly interested’ in the Belgian midfielder who was supposed to replace the rumoured outgoing Thomas Partey, but the club may face stiff competition for his services.

Amadou Onana

Onana has reportedly been looking to leave Goodison Park for several months, with stories circulating throughout Europe claiming he has sparked interest from Spain, Germany, and top Premier League clubs.

Onana has reportedly been looking to leave Goodison Park for several months, with stories circulating throughout Europe claiming he has sparked interest from Spain, Germany, and top Premier League clubs.

Onana has been considering leaving Everton for months, with rumours saying he has suitors in Spain, Germany, and England. The midfielder, who boasts a top pace of 36.65km/h, has further fueled conjecture by recently admitting that he plans to use the next European Championship to further demonstrate his abilities to interested parties.

Amadou Onana

Everton has previously declared that they would only sell their star midfielder for between £50 and £60 million, and neither the Gunners nor Spurs have indicated if they would be willing to pay such a fee.

Neither is expected to face any consequences from Financial Fair Play standards, unlike Onana‘s existing team, which is hoping to secure a large sale before the end of June deadline. However, because both north London clubs are also looking to improve their squads in other areas, it remains to be seen whether they will be willing to pay the necessary sums.

Onana signed Everton in 2022 for a reported sum of £33 million (with add-ons) from Lille. He has since gone on to make 63 Premier League appearances for the club, helping them avoid relegation in each of the previous two seasons, and he is now seeking to add to his 13 Belgium caps when he travels to Germany for the upcoming Euros 2024.

 

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