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David Ornstein has claimed there was “pleasant surprise” at Southampton when Arsenal signed Cedric Soares last week (via The Athletic).
It was a transfer that came out of nowhere and moved very quickly as Arsenal completed a deal to sign Cedric Soares last week.
The Portuguese full-back joined on a season-long loan deal but with his contract set to expire in the summer, there’s a feeling that he will join permanently then.
It caused surprise amongst Arsenal fans and, according to David Ornstein, it was a similar feeling for his former club, Southampton.
“It was a transfer that came as a pleasant surprise to Southampton,” Ornstein said in The Athletic.
“With Soares entering the final six months of his contract, Saints suspected the full-back’s representatives were working on an exit from St Mary’s and assumed it would be overseas or to a lower level.
“When the extent of the injury he suffered away to Crystal Palace on January 21 emerged, it was accepted that leaving for free in the summer may now be the most likely outcome.
“As deadline week drew closer, news of Arsenal’s interest surfaced and Southampton could hardly believe it was true. They saw barely any logic in the approach and put it down to certain relationships between Arsenal and Soares’s people, yet there were no complaints from the south coast.
“A deal was done that suited all sides — the package is worth around £5m to Saints and Arsenal feel that, once fit, in Soares they will get exactly what they were seeking from the market.”
It may not have made much sense to Southampton but it does for Arsenal. The Gunners have signed a solid backup option for Hector Bellerin at right-back, even if he is injured for the next couple of weeks.