Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Man City set up a new club rule regarding future moves to Arsenal after assisting the Gunners during the summer

Man City set up a new club rule regarding future moves to Arsenal after assisting the Gunners during the summer

Man City has agreed not to sell any more first-team stars to Arsenal after assisting the Gunners in forming a title push by allowing two studs to transfer to the Emirates this summer.

During the most recent transfer window, Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko moved from the Premier League champions to Arsenal.

Both players have been successful so far at the London club, notably Jesus.

Man City earned £45m for Jesus and £30m plus £2m in add-ons for Zinchenko, and now that these agreements have backfired, the Manchester club has enacted a new rule regarding future moves to Arsenal.

According to  Football Insider, Manchester City will now reject any further proposals from Arsenal for starters, indicating that minor talents remain available for trade.

This shows that Manchester City are concerned about Arsenal, who are five points ahead of them in the Premier League standings.

Up until now, Mikel Arteta has had his team playing exquisite football, and the Gunners appear capable of winning the Premier League.

If Arteta’s team achieves the feat, the two transfers will have played a role; nonetheless, money talks, so further transactions between the two clubs cannot be ruled out.

Man City set up a new club rule regarding future moves to Arsenal after assisting the Gunners during the summer

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