Arsenal reject Fulham’s £ 178bn bid for Bernd Leno and ask for this award – NBCNEWS

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Arsenal reject Fulham's £ 178bn bid for Bernd Leno and ask for this award

Crazy ball Arsenal have rejected a transfer offer for their second goalkeeper Bernd Leno worth IDR 178 billion from Fulham and revealed their demands for the goalkeeper were already unexpected at the Emirates Stadium.

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The German international lost his place in the starting line-up The Gunners under Mikel Arteta since the arrival of Aaron Ramsdale, he has made just four Premier League appearances last season, three of them in the first three games, all of which ended in a 0-9 margin defeat for the club.

Now, according to news reported by sun sports, Bernd Leno is one of seven players Arsenal are hoping to sell in this summer’s transfer window as the giants of North London try to get rid of their squad of players who are no longer a key component of their Spanish boss’s squad not.

The sale of the German goalkeeper is of course highly expected this summer as the player’s contract expires next year and the situation is trying to take advantage of the Fulham promotion team to be able to bring him to Craven Cottage.

Unfortunately, the news released by CBS Sport mention that the offer The Cottages IDR 178 billion for Bernd Leno was rejected by Arsenal, who are demanding a fee of IDR 267 billion for their goalkeeper.

Actually, it’s a very cheap price, because it used to be The Gunners brought the 30-year-old goalkeeper from Bayer Leverkusen in 2018 for IDR 434 billion. Basically, the player and the promoted club have reached a personal agreement and now it is just a transfer fee that both parties have to agree on in order to complete this move.

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