Matteo Guendouzi (29)


#1

Various sources reporting today that we are in talks with Lorient over the signing of France U20 midfielder Matteo Guendouzi, for a reported fee of £7m. The 19-year-old has previously been linked to other premier league clubs, including Spurs. Medical is rumoured to be tomorrow…

Sky Sports

Metro

Daily Mail

Daily Express


#2

He’s in


#3

Yup, great day


#4

#THEMONDAYMORNINGMIDFIELDMADNESSSSS

:heart_eyes::heart_eyes:


#5

that’s our midfield numbers complete then, definitely no N’Zonzi


#6

Who? :face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#7

#8

https://www.football.london/arsenal-fc/transfer-news/matteo-guendouzi-arsenal-transfer-deals-14880728

He’s the new Rabiot…


#9

If Torreira can be moved to the players section, so can this guy!


#10

He’ll be a youth player though, won’t he? We don’t have them in the Players section


#11

Know absolutely nothing about this guy, has he played any top level football ?


#12

He has in 16/17, but Lorient was relegated so he had to play his games in Ligue 2 for the past season.

Ornstein with some breaking news for once :smirk:.


#13

I make that 5 signings this summer all wrapped up before the middle of July. Amazing work.


#14

Have been after this guy since he played in Camembert FC. Wonderfull left foot and a silky dribble. Elite signing if you ask me.


#15

No high profile signings though


#16

Better looking than Adli imo, so it all worked out in the end. :ramsey:


#17

From the video his play looks similar to Elneny’s. Maybe he’ll press on though.


#18

Just like everyone else don’t know much about him but those videos that popped up around social media doesn’t look too great. No substance and only a whack load of hair.


#19

I know incredible scenes. We can actually start the season fully prepared and not rushing around on transfer deadline day anymore haha


#20

We’re steadying the ship this season on a fairly small budget so we were only going to sign either one “big signing” or a number of good players to bolster our squad. I prefer the latter option at the moment. Big signings need Champions League football to tempt them here so let’s get back to the top 4 and then alter our expectations accordingly.