‘Reached full agreement’: Romano declares reported Arsenal and Chelsea target will now extend his contract in his present club
Arsenal and Chelsea have been connected with AC Milan’s Ismael Bennacer as of late.
A report from CMW guaranteed that the Gunners were plotting a money in addition to player bargain for the Algeria international.
In the mean time, Alfredo Pedulla revealed that the Blues honestly loved Bennacer.
AC Milan have reached full agreement to extend Ismael Bennacer contract! New deal will be valid until June 2027 🚨🔴⚫️ #ACMilan @SkySport— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 7, 2023
Bennacer will sign in the next days — new deal will include €50m release clause as old one. pic.twitter.com/htL6BuPDIM
Algerie Football Media’s Twitter account additionally connected Arsenal and Chelsea, close by Liverpool.
In any case, both the Gunners and the Blues were consistently facing it, as Milan were being tipped to broaden his agreement.
Bennacer’s ongoing arrangement runs until 2024, yet the Rossoneri were apparently doing great in exchanges.
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Presently, Fabrizio Romano has handed-off data from Sky Game Italia guaranteeing Bennacer has concurred another Milan bargain.
The club has agreed to expand the midfielder’s agreement until June 2027, Romano composed on Twitter.
In all reasonableness, it’s not shocking that Arsenal and Chelsea didn’t push especially hard for Bennacer.
The Gunners have greater needs for the January window, specifically attacking fortifications.
In the interim, Chelsea have just barely marked Andrey Santos. So they have their likely future star in midfield.
What’s more, with a detailed £50million price tag it was an unrealistic marking to pull off in January.
All things considered, Bennacer would’ve been a decent getting paperwork done for both Arsenal and Chelsea.
He is quite possibly of the most productive tackler in the Italian first team this season.
In the mean time, barely any players have had more contacts in the comment area,
Arsenal and Chelsea will most likely search for midfielders in the summer window when they have additional opportunity to design appropriately.