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Arsenal have named their price for Alex Iwobi after the club rejected an offer from Everton for the 23-year-old.
He’s a player who has somewhat divided fans since breaking into the first-team but Alex Iwobi’s place in the team has fallen into doubt.
The 23-year-old started well under Unai Emery last season but fell out of form and favour with his manager.
The arrival of Nicolas Pepe suggests that Arsenal are ready to move on from the Hale End product and today’s news only echoes that.
As per others, Everton £30m bid for Alex Iwobi rejected. Made to Arsenal today & knocked back. Expected to return with improved offer but likely need £40m+ to be accepted. 23yo not agitating but would go if deal agreed. #EFC interest recent & is in addition to Wilfied Zaha #CPFC
— David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) August 7, 2019
Numerous reports have confirmed that Arsenal have rejected a £30 million bid from Everton for the player who made 51 appearances for the Gunners last term.
Now, the BBC’s David Ornstein has claimed that Arsenal and Iwobi could both be persuaded to do a deal providing the price is over £40 million.
It would be a shame to lose Alex Iwobi but at that price, it seems like the best course of action. If Arsenal could use the funds to sign a much-needed centre-back then that would represent a fine piece of business. Alex Iwobi has some excellent qualities and a high ceiling. It’s just a shame that Arsenal can’t really afford to wait around any more.