Arsenal have already been given Jack Grealish green light as Man City prepare huge loss.

Arsenal have already been given Jack Grealish green light as Man City prepare huge loss.

Arsenal have been linked with a move for Jack Grealish as Manchester City debate whether to keep or sell the 28-year-old in the summer transfer window.




Arsenal have had a quiet summer transfer window so far. A number of players, including Mohamed Elneny and Cedric Soares – have left the club, but only one has arrived.

That was Danish young goalkeeper Lucas Nygaard, who put pen to paper on a professional contract at Arsenal last week. He has previously played for FC Nordsjaelland. Nygaard will begin his Gunners career in the academy and join an already-talented list of players in the under-21s set-up.




More are expected to arrive this summer. The Gunners want to add a new centre forward to their squad, while a new centre-back, midfielder, and winger are said to be on the agenda. Riccardo Calafiori is someone that the Gunners are interested in, with the 22-year-old defender set to leave Bologna.




Jack Grealish is another that has been linked with a move to the Emirates, with his future at Manchester City uncertain. Having joined City for £100million less than three years ago, there could be worries about whether the Gunners could even afford him, depending on the price City may want for him.




However, Arsenal do not have any immediate concerns relating to profit and sustainability rules, meaning they have an increased budget to work with this summer. Qualification for the Champions League once again, no doubt, has bolstered their financial position.




Business of Football writer Dave Powell said: “Arsenal’s on-pitch success over the past couple of seasons will help them reduce the losses that were seen for the 2022/23 financial year, although likely still in the red, something which is commonplace across the Premier League.

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