Fenerbahce, the Turkish giants, have set their sights on Arsenal’s midfield maestro, Jorginho, as they look to bolster their squad during the still-active Turkish transfer window.
Reports from Ajansspor suggest that Fenerbahce is gearing up to make a substantial bid for the Italian international, with considerations also being given to Leicester City’s midfield dynamo, Wilfred Ndidi.
Jorginho, who has plied his trade at Arsenal, made a significant impact, featuring in 17 games for the club. His performances have made him a valuable asset in the eyes of many, and his current market value, as per Transfermarkt.com, stands at an impressive 25 million euros.
However, Arsenal might be hesitant to part ways with Jorginho, especially in light of the recent news surrounding a hamstring injury to Thomas Partey. The Ghanaian international, an integral part of Arsenal’s midfield, is now facing a daunting three months on the sidelines due to his injury. Losing another key midfielder like Jorginho could potentially weaken Arsenal’s options in the middle of the park.
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Fenerbahce’s pursuit of Jorginho showcases their ambition to strengthen their squad, potentially securing a player of international repute. Whether Arsenal is willing to entertain offers for the Italian midfielder remains to be seen, but the injury to Thomas Partey could complicate any potential transfer negotiations.
As the Turkish transfer window continues, Fenerbahce remains determined to bolster their ranks, and Jorginho’s name is certainly on their radar as they seek to reinforce their midfield and compete at the highest level.
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Bologna-born Giuseppe Bianchi has spent more than a decade living in Rome and writing about Italian football, Spanish football and the Premier League for various Italian football portals and now he writes about European football for Euro Football Rumours. He's been thinking about football transfers pretty much nonstop since the 1990 FIFA World Cup in Italy. Aside from writing, he likes to spend his time fishing and rock climbing.