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Arsenal in line to get £10m transfer bonus from midfielder

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Matteo Guendouzi is supposedly near moving to Olympic Marseille on a loan spell with the club having a commitment to purchase the midfielder man come next summer.

Guendouzi is by all accounts edging nearer to getting a move away from north London for next campaign.

The Arsenal youngster spent the 2020/2021 campaign on a season-long loan spell at Hertha Berlin subsequent to becoming undesirable under Arsenal boss Arteta and his time at the north London club presently seems to be reaching a conclusion.

As per Goal, an arrangement has been reached between OL and Arsenal for the 22-year old French midfielder, with Marseille cheerful of concluding an arrangement inside the following seven days.

Matteo Guendouzi is required to join the OL on an underlying transitory move for next crusade, however the club will then, at that point have a commitment to get him once the impermanent agreement terminates.

The Gunners are required to get an exchange bonus of around £10million for the midfield maestro once Marseille buy the him toward the finish of the next season.

Marseille will purportedly pay a credit expense of £850,000 for the move and afterward around £9m in the mid year of 2022, when the Gunners man would formally turn into a Marseille player.

The 22-years old looks set to leave the Emirates sooner rather than later in spite of demanding his future at the Arsenal was not over during a meeting in March recently.

“Actually no, not in any manner. Presently, I am centered around my season with Hertha Berlin,” he reacted when asked by Football France if his vocation in the Emirates was finished.

“Then, we will have a plunk down with my company and individuals at the club to think and talk about what’s to come. I’m as yet a Gunners player. This late spring will be a definitive second.”

Then, at that point Matteo Guendouzi was inquired as to whether he could play another season under Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, and said: “Indeed, I have a place with Gunners for until June 2022.

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