Arsenal Linked With £27 Million-Rated Spanish Midfielder From Valencia?


Premier League giants Arsenal is reportedly interested in signing a £27m-rated Spanish Midfielder Carlos Soler from Valencia.

Arsenal made it 3 consecutive victories for the first time this season after an impressive 4-0 win at Hawthorns. However, the Gunners still find themselves in the bottom half and 6 points behind the European qualification places. It is of no doubt to anyone that Arsenal is looking to sign an attacking midfielder.

With the January transfer window open, Mikel Arteta can finally make his moves. Youngster Emile Smith Rowe occupied the no.10 role for Arsenal in recent matches. But with a natural no.10 in the squad, Arsenal looks like a completely different team.

Arsenal has made inquiries for players like Julian Brandt, Emi Buendia, and Isco. However, Arsenal now may try to sign Carlos Soler from Valencia.

Carlos Soler Perfect Fit for Arsenal?

According to ElDesmarque, Arsenal has set their sights on Soler, 24. With Valencia in a financial crisis, a deal for Carlos Soler can be reached as Valencia are looking for potential departures in the January Transfer Window.

But Carlos Soler is an integral player in the Valencia squad and Los Oche will only sell their prized asset if a suitable offer arrives.

The 23-year-old midfielder has been one of Valencia’s most important players this season. As they still continue to struggle in the relegation zone in La Liga. Soler has posted a tally of 6 goals and 5 assists from 13 appearances in all competitions in 2020/21.

Carlos Soler came through the youth ranks at Valencia and broke into the senior team at the age of 19. Soler can play either in central midfield or on the right side. He fits the profile of player that Arsenal require and a potential deal will be beneficial for all parties involved. Given the importance of a creative player in Mikel Arteta’s plans. A move to Arsenal could prove to be a step in the right direction for Carlos Soler’s career.

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