Tottenham make stunning €30 million bid to hijack Arsenal’s William Saliba deal


RMC Sport claims that Spurs submitted an offer worth €30 million plus bonuses for the 18-year-old on Friday morning. The bid meets the Ligue 1 side’s demands for the centre-back, who had appeared to be on the verge of sealing a deal with the Gunners. Arsenal must now react quickly if they want to stop their rivals from pinching the player from under their noses, as another meeting between Spurs and Saint-Etienne is set to take place on Saturday to complete the deal. Negotiations between Arsenal, Saint Etienne and Saliba were in their very final stages – much of it already in the hands of lawyers to agree wording of contracts etc – but Tottenham have reignited their interest and are now pushing hard to get the deal completed #AFC #THFC #ASSE — David Ornstein (@bbcsport_david) July 12, 2019 The news comes as a further blow to Unai Emery, who yesterday was forced to contend with the news that skipper Laurent Koscielny had refused to travel with Arsenal’s squad on their pre-season trip to the USA.  Now read… RANKED! The 10 best centre-backs in the world FEATURE 12 youngsters who decided to leave big clubs early – and were much better off Topics Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Transfer news, Premier League, Ligue 1, Saint Etienne Only ‘details to settle’ as Arsenal finalise €30m deal ahead of Spurs – report Arsenal making progress in efforts to sign Saint Etienne defender – report Arsenal on brink of first summer signing after agreeing terms with Saint Etienne defender Good news for Gooners as Arsenal willing to meet Saint-Etienne demands for defender Aribo keen to emulate Toure and Vieira after comparisons to midfield duo VAR used to check 10 incidents per game at Women’s World Cup, FIFA reveals Bolton administrators taking legal action against would-be owner Bassini Benfica defender scouted by Manchester United as negotiations begin Dick Law explains why Arsenal decided against signing a young Eden Hazard Ranked! The 10 best centre-backs in the world Forbes have revealed the world’s most valuable football clubs – and Premier League dominates Juan Mata rejected insane offer to stay at Manchester United – report Highest-paid footballers revealed by Forbes as Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar feature Wolves’ ambitious owners understand they can’t match the Big Six – and that’s why they might actually break it

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