Arsenal Enter Final Lap On Riccardo Calafiori Move [DONE DEAL!!!]

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Riccardo Calafiori is looking set for a done deal as Arsenal enter final lap to getting things completed, MySportDab reports.

The player from his end has already given the greenlight on a move which is still being worked on by the Premier League side.

Arsenal move for Riccardo Calafiori could be completed in the coming days with the recent news making headline.

Chelsea still haven’t made anything of an offer but instead they reached an agreement to sign another player of same position.

Those at Stamford Bridge believe the deal for Riccardo Calafiori is a bit completed after reports of them offering players to make a move happen.

Arsenal remain the only side rushing to make the move happen by any means possible as they want to add more firepower to their defense.

Report coming from Fabrizio Romano confirmed the deal is closed and we could be seeing a completed deal in the coming weeks or days to happen.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Arsenal are pushing to get Riccardo Calafiori deal done next week as final round of talks has already been scheduled.

“Arsenal are confident as Calafiori wants the move, he’s keen on Arsenal project and agreed on contract until June 2029 for €4m net/season. Deal close.

The player is one is made a name for himself in the just concluded Serie A season with Bologna who made the Champions League.

The defender and Joshua Zirkzee are two players who are expected to make a move to the Premier League from Bologna.

Riccardo Calafiori move to Arsenal will be completed despite the difficulties arising with Bologna who are only holding out for a suitable fee.

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