Arsenal has reportedly submitted a new bid for Lisandro Martinez, MySportDab reports.
Top Premier League clubs have been on the trail of the Ajax player.
Manchester United have also indicated an interest in signing Lisandro Martinez from Ajax.
🚨 | Arsenal have submitted a new bid of €40M + add ons to Ajax for Lisandro Martinez
🤔 Ajax however value him at €50M
🔴 Man United are also interested but will not "overpay" for the player pic.twitter.com/iOlvh7JiIH
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The New Manchester United manager is set for an overhaul at Manchester United.
Ten Hag’s prime targets are mainly Ajax players.
The 5-year-old former Ajax indicated in a list of former Ajax players.
Included in Ten Hag’s prime target are Antony, Lisandro Martinez, and former Ajax player Frenkie De Jong.
However, the former Dutch international is yet to sign any new player with United set for a preseason tour.
Manchester United under Ten Hag had indicated that they would not overpay for the player.
United are also dragging with Barcelona over a possible deal with Frenkie De Jong.
They have submitted previous bids, which the Catalans have rejected.
United has been facing a transfer deadlock since the opening of this summer’s transfer window.
It had been revealed that the Old Trafford club is not ready to overspend beyond their budgeted sum in the market.
Meanwhile, rival Premier League sides have landed their top targets, including Arsenal.
There are concerns that the lack of progress in transfers at Old Trafford may topple Ten Hag’s plan revolution of the Red Devils.
Mikel Arteta has been busy in the transfer, with prime targets already signed by the Gunners.
Arsenal was also interested in Lisandro Martinez and had submitted a bid for the player before, which fell below the demand of Ajax.
According to Football Daily, Arsenal has submitted a new bid of €40m plus add-ons for Lisandro Martinez.
The new bid is still below Ajax’s demand. The Dutch Champions value Martinez at €50m.
They are yet to respond to Arsenal’s new bid.