Here is your Arsenal morning digest for Tuesday, June 7.
Udinese director Pierpaolo Marino has admitted that reported Arsenal transfer target Nahuel Molina is likely to leave The Stadio Friuli this summer. “It is difficult for Udogie to leave in the summer”, he told Tuttosport when discussing the future of Molina’s teammate Destiny Udogie.
“We are convinced that by staying with us for another year, he can raise his value, which is now difficult to identify after just one season and at such young age. On the other hand, Molina is a player who, due to the interest he is attracting in Italy and abroad, will be difficult to keep.”
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Reported Arsenal target Gianluca Scamacca has been speaking about his future with parent club Sassuolo. Speaking to Rai Sport via Italy24, he said, “For those who know me, I am a very simple boy who is living a dream and will do everything to get as far as possible”.
When specifically asked about his future, Scamacca added: “I don’t read these things. Only the pitch counts. The numbers are made up by the clubs. For me, the pitch and have fun counts.”
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Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has delivered an update on the future of Arsenal right-back Hector Bellerin, claiming that the Spaniard does not see a future with the north Londoners. “Hector Bellerin has no plans to continue at Arsenal next season”, Romano wrote on Twitter.
“He hopes for Real Betis to return, but the deal is more than complicated because of financial reasons. It will take time.” The 27-year-old enjoyed a productive 2021/22 campaign on loan with La Liga side Real Betis, winning the Copa del Rey in the process.
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