Yacine Brahimi is reported to be one of Arsenal’s main target in this summer transfer market. A report claims that The Gunners side is in serious talks about the Algeria international player future. Another information tells that the player is on a free transfer following the expiration of his contract with FC Porto this summer. The 29-year-old player has officially left FC Porto after spending five seasons with the club. And now he is free to discuss a move to another club. At the same time, Arsenal is willing to offer him the chance to play in the Premier League.
Although The Gunners can negotiate with Yacine Brahimi due to him being a free agent, it seems both parties are some way apart from reaching the deal over personal terms. An Algerian news report that Yacine Brahimi is holding out for around 3,5 million pounds to join Arsenal.
Yacine Brahimi More Attainable Than Wilfried Zaha
Meanwhile, Arsenal’s manager Unai Emery is keen to sign a winger to his ranks ahead of the new season with Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace believed to be the Gunners’ top transfer target for this summer transfer market. Wilfried Zaha is known to supported Arsenal as a child and the player himself already informed his bosses at Selhurst Park that he wants to make a move to Emirates Stadium this summer. But Crystal Palace has slapped a prohibitive 100 million pounds price tag on their prized asset.
Unfortunately, following the Gunners’ failure to secure Champions League football next season, Unai Emery is working with a reduced transfer budget of around 45 million pounds which makes Yacine Brahimi a desirable target and more attainable than Wilfried Zaha.
Yacine Brahimi has an impressive performance during his five-year spell with FC Porto. He scored 54 goals and provided 43 assists in 215 games with the club, and helping the club win the Portuguese Primeira Liga once during that time. Yacine Brahimi who born in Paris as long as mobile slot machine Malaysia know has also played for Rennes, Clermont, and Granada in La Liga. He also represents his country at the 2014 World Cup that held in Brazil.