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Arsenal to sign €30m rated Serie A superstar, the Gunners are set to beat AC Milan and Juventus to the signature of the midfielder

  • Arsenal are set to beat European giants AC Milan and Juventus to one of the most exciting talents in world football. 
  • The Serie A midfielder is one of the most-wanted stars and the 21-year-old looks set for the Emirates. 
  • Jakub Jankto currently plays for Serie A side Udinese but could soon be playing in an Arsenal shirt according to today’s reports. 
  • READ ALSO: Santi Cazorla injury update: Arsenal star confirms return delay after fresh blow

Arsenal are on the verge of signing Jakub Jankto from Serie A side Udinese ahead of interest from AC Milan and Juventus.

The 21-year-old is one of the most exciting talents in world football and according to a recent report from the Sun the star is very close to completing a move to the Emirates.

The report states that Jankto has a release clause in his contract for just £6m which looks to be a bargain that Arsene Wenger and Arsenal cannot ignore. However, despite this modest release clause it could cost just a little bit more to prize the wonderkid away from Italy. A report from CalcioMercato last week suggested that his current club Udinese value the star at €30m.

Arsenal are on the verge of signing Jakub Jankto from Serie A side Udinese ahead of interest from AC Milan and Juventus.

Arsenal are on the verge of signing Jakub Jankto from Serie A side Udinese ahead of interest from AC Milan and Juventus.

A separate report from Italian outlet CalcioMercato this week stated that the Gunners are likely to beat AC Milan and Juventus to the midfielder with Juve unwilling to invest in the star and Milan also reluctant to complete a deal.

Jankto is from the Czech Republic and has already been capped for the first-team national side having risen through the ranks of the youth teams at international level and having already registered a goal for the Czech first-team.

The youngster has already registered two goals this season in the Italian league despite often being played as a deep-lying defensive midfielder.
With the recent news that Santi Cazorla is no closer to recovery it appears that reinforcements within the heart of Arsenal’s midfield could be needed and Jankto could fulfil that duty.

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