Arsenal has reportedly made a ‘fresh proposal’ for the Real Madrid superstar after Liverpool and Manchester United’s offers were rejected

Following the rejections of offers from Liverpool and Manchester United for Real Madrid forward Rodrygo, Arsenal has reignited their pursuit of the player by presenting a fresh proposal. Mikel Arteta, Arsenal’s manager, has been transparent about his desire to strengthen the team’s attacking lineup. Speculation suggests that the club is in talks with several prominent forwards, including Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, Sporting CP’s Viktor Gyokeres, and former Brentford target Ivan Toney. Additionally, Arsenal is in urgent need of reinforcements up front as rumors circulate regarding the potential departure of Eddie Nketiah, an England international.

Arsenal transfer target Rodrygo

In their quest for the Premier League title, Arsenal is currently trailing Liverpool by two points. As the club looks ahead to the 2024-2025 season, their management is already making plans for the future. Recent reports from Football 365 indicate that Brazilian attacker Rodrygo has emerged as Arsenal’s latest target. According to Spanish publication Nacional, the Gunners have submitted a bid for the 23-year-old winger.

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Real Madrid President Florentino Perez has expressed his willingness to negotiate Rodrygo’s departure if the right offer comes along. Despite interest from top European clubs such as Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Manchester United, and Liverpool, the Brazilian winger reportedly desires to stay at the Bernabeu. This means that Arsenal will face intense competition in their pursuit of Rodrygo.

To secure his signature, Arsenal will need to meet Perez’s demands, as the Real Madrid president is said to be seeking a transfer fee of over €90 million. Despite the financial challenges, Arsenal remains determined to pursue the talented Brazilian who has shown great potential since joining Real Madrid from Santos in 2019. Rodrygo has made 138 league appearances for the Spanish giants, scoring 25 goals in La Liga. He has also become a regular presence in the Brazilian national team, earning 22 caps and netting five goals.

Although Rodrygo recently signed a contract extension until June 2028, indicating his commitment to Real Madrid, Arsenal remains hopeful that they can secure his services and bolster their offensive options for the upcoming seasons.