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‘£140K-A-Week Player Needs To Be Sold’-Arsenal Has To Take A Big Step To Sign Tottenham Target In The Summer Transfer Window

Arsenal News Transfer: Raphael Dias Belloli, popularly called Raphinha is a Brazillian professional footballer, who plays for the Brazil National team and Leeds United. He plays in the position of a winger. Leeds United Football Club was established in 1919 as an English Premier League English club. It is based in Leeds, West Yorkshire.


Raphinha had become a starting winger in Leeds and had proven himself to be an advantageous prospect. His energetic stance and colossal performance has put him in the spotlight of two English Premier League clubs – Arsenal and Tottenham.

Arsenal and Tottenham are keen on signing Raphinha in the summer transfer window.

Arsenal Football Club and Tottenham Hotspur Football club are two Premier League giants, participating in the top flight of English football. Tottenham Hotspur’s Antonio Conte and Arsenal F.C.’s Mikel Arteta are both eager to include Raphael Dias Belloli in their respective clubs. The Athletic (sports news outlet) has reported this week, that both clubs are anticipating signing the excellent Brazillian winger in the summer transfer window.


Nicolas Pépé, famously called  Pepe is a French winger, playing for Arsenal F.C . News reveals that Pepe will probably leave Arsenal if offers from other clubs reach him. This will however be suitable for the English giant, since they can acquire the services of the Raphinha, only after selling off the Ivory Coast prodigy.

Judging from the odds, Tottenham Hotspur seems to have an upper hand on Arsenal F.C . This is due to the fact that the Gunners necessarily need to sell off Pepe, while the Lilywhites do not have to do any such thing to purchase the star winger, Raphinha. Besides the Lilywhites are also off to play in the UEFA Champions League next season, and they have a vigilant manager in Antonio Conte, who is a streak master.



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