May 19, 2024

TalkSPORT analyst Jamie O’Hara has stated that a Newcastle United midfielder will join Arsenal during the summer transfer window.

Arsenal and Newcastle United are two of England’s largest clubs, with tremendous ambitions and a large support.

However, Arsenal are having a better season. The Gunners might win the Premier League and possibly the UEFA Champions League.

Newcastle entered the UEFA Champions League group stage this season, but despite a win over Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, there is a chance they will not be in Europe the next season.

Newcastle has Financial Fair Play (FFP) difficulties as well, and The Sun claimed earlier this month that the Magpies may have to sell Bruno Guimaraes during the summer transfer window.

According to the report, Arsenal and Manchester United are interested in the Brazil international midfielder, who is valued at £33.3 million by Sky Sports.

In March, HITC announced that Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid were scouting the 26-year-old former Lyon player.

Former talkSPORT analyst Jamie O’Hara has told a Newcastle supporter that he expects Bruno to join Arsenal during the summer transfer window.

Bruno Guimaraes tipped to leave Newcastle United for Arsenal

Former Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor asked a Newcastle fan on talkSPORT (5:55 p.m., April 13, 2024): “How much will you sell Isak for?” I believe Villa is interested as well. How much will he ask for?

O’Hara said, “We’ll pay you £60 million for him. We will remove him from your hands. I just wanted to let you know that Bruno will also join Arsenal. You’ll need to regroup next season. “You’ll stay up.”

Bruno Guimaraes could replace Thomas Partey at Arsenal

While Arsenal has an excellent and strong midfield, there is always potential for growth.

In my opinion, Arsenal should buy Bruno Guimaraes from Newcastle United in the summer transfer window to replace Thomas Partey.

Partey has struggled with injuries this season and has frequently been used as a right-back. Arsenal have fared fine without him.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta typically uses a 4-3-3 system. So Bruno could join Martin Odegaard and Declan Rice in the middle of the park.

Partey has been linked with a move away from Arsenal, and I believe the club should cash in on him and use the transfer money to bankroll a deal for Bruno.

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