According to the Spanish sports newspaper Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona has reportedly expressed interest in acquiring the services of two players.
In spite of the rumors, it appears that both players will remain a part of the plans for the North London club.
This season at Arsenal, the Italian international Jorginho has seen a reduction in the amount of playing time he receives as a direct result of the club’s acquisition of Declan Rice.
On the other hand, both he and his agency have declared firmly that a transfer that would take him away from the Emirates Stadium is not on the table at this time. His current deal is set to expire in 2024, but Arsenal has an option to extend it for an additional year.
Meanwhile, Kai Havertz, who was traded to Arsenal from Chelsea in a deal that garnered a lot of attention, has gotten off to a rough start at his new home in North London.
Whatever the case may be, Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, has faith in the German playmaker. During a recent news conference, Arteta stated that he intends to “try to help him as much as possible.”
Always be there for him, and make sure he has the resources, the confidence, and the time he needs to showcase his abilities.
We are aware of the areas in which he can improve his performance, despite the fact that there are a great number of facets of his game in which he excels.
“But, as always, with any player, it’s about giving support,” Arteta added. “It’s about being a teammate.” “Especially when you see a player do what he does every day and the way he tries and applies himself,” said the coach. “Especially when you see a player do what he does every day.”
“You give them more tools and support, and if they don’t perform, it’s our fault.” “If they don’t perform, it’s our fault.”
The heavyweights of La Liga are rumored to be weighing their options ahead of the upcoming transfer window in January and have reportedly pinpointed two players from Arsenal as possible acquisitions. The report was published in a Spanish newspaper.
The plan that Barcelona has devised is predicated on the belief that the transfer market will present more options in January, comparable to the manner in which the club was able to acquire Joao Felix and Joao Cancelo on loan over the summer.
They are of the opinion that players who were formerly “star signings” may become available for a lower price, and Jorginho and Havertz fit the characteristics of players who might fall into this category.
Jorginho was worth €35 million when Arsenal signed him away from Chelsea for €11.3 million, but he is only worth €25 million today. Havertz was valued at €75 million when Arsenal recruited him, but he is only worth €55 million today.