Arsenal could offer 40 million pounds, plus one of three players, to try to respect the valuation of 80 million pounds of Crystal Palace Wilfried Zaha.
Zaha aroused the interest of the big English clubs after informing the Palace of its desire to go in search of great honors this summer.
But the South London club is reluctant to lose its best player and has therefore estimated around £ 100 million to deter contenders.
On Sunday, he said the palace would consider selling the final price at around 80 million pounds, double the transfer budget announced by Arsenal if the qualification for the Champions League was lost.
Therefore, their plans are based on the European League final against Chelsea later this month, but the Sun says Arsenal could wait until the last few weeks of the window to see if the Palace rating would fall. That he does not want.
Arsenal wants “his own talent” in a team that will lose Aaron Ramsey this summer, so Zaha “fits him perfectly”. But with their price so far removed from their ranger, they could offer Calum Chambers, Carl Jenkinson, or Reiss Nelson a partial exchange. And the keyword is “o”; If they were to send them all to Selhurst Park with an offer of 40 million pounds, Palace could consider it.