SHOCKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal have ‘agreed’ to sign £17m star to bolster key area this summer. According to reports both clubs have reached an agreement and player will be officially announced once transfer window open. Arsenal get first deal done.


Turkish author Devrim Zengi reports that Arsenal is set to secure the services of Fenerbahce’s Ferdi Kadioglu during the upcoming transfer window.

Recent speculation surrounding Jakub Kiwior’s potential departure has prompted Arsenal to seek a new left-back ahead of the summer.

The Gunners have been actively pursuing Miguel Gutierrez and Jorrel Hato, but Kadioglu has emerged as a key alternative.

Zengi, citing a conversation with Feyzulla Kadioglu, the player’s father, suggests that Arsenal has initiated negotiations with the defender and that he has agreed to join the Emirates Stadium outfit.

Despite interest from Bayer Leverkusen, it appears increasingly likely that Kadioglu will opt for Arsenal ahead of the new season.

At 24 years old, Kadioglu has impressed with his performances for Fenerbahce, registering four assists and contributing to 11 clean sheets in 33 league appearances.

His versatility, capable of operating on both the left and right flanks, coupled with his adept reading of the game, speed, and composure in possession, make him an attractive prospect for Arsenal.

While Arsenal’s defensive record has been solid, manager Mikel Arteta may see Kadioglu as a valuable addition to further fortify the backline.

However, there are uncertainties surrounding Kadioglu’s transition to the demanding Premier League, despite his commendable displays in the Turkish top flight.

Valued at approximately £17 million by Transfermarkt, Kadioglu’s potential acquisition raises questions about its alignment with Arsenal’s ambitious objectives.

As Arsenal leads the league with 80 points from 35 games, maintaining their title challenge will necessitate securing victories, such as the upcoming fixture against Bournemouth, to stave off competition from trailing contenders like Manchester City.

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