Arsenal set price for Shkodran Mustafi as Monaco make transfer enquiry

Monaco have made contact over a transfer move for Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi
have made touch over a transfer transfer for (Picture: Getty)

Arsenal have set their asking price for Shkodran Mustafi after Monaco registered an hobby in signing the defender.

Mustafi arrived in north London with a promising recognition after finishing a £35million transfer from Valencia to Arsenal again in 2016, however the 27-year-old centre-back has struggled to win over the membership’s fan base after a chain of high-profile errors.

During Arsenal’s Emirates Cup defeat to Lyon on the weekend, supporters even started booing Mustafi as he got here on as a second-half change for Calum Chambers.

The Gunners have appeared to dump Mustafi in virtually each and every transfer window since his arrival and apparently the Germany global has in the end been introduced a practical break out direction.



According French e-newsletter L’Equipe, Monaco have made an enquiry to signal Mustafi. The document claims that, in reaction, Arsenal have slapped a €30m (£27m) price tag at the error-prone central defender.

It’s understood Unai Emery advised Arsenal’s hierarchy to promote Mustafi following the membership’s Europa League ultimate defeat to Chelsea in Baku.

Arsenal value Mustafi at £27m
Arsenal reportedly worth Mustafi at £27m (Picture: Getty)

AC Milan have been closely connected with Mustafi again in May however the German rubbished the rumours, insisting that he was once intent on seeing out his contract at Arsenal.

‘It is odd that there are always transfer speculations,’ the previous Sampdoria guy advised Kicker.

‘I am an Arsenal player and have a contract until 2021.’

Arsenal finished a deal for 18-year-old defender William Saliba previous this month, however the Frenchman has been loaned again to Saint-Etienne for the approaching season.

Saliba has been loaned back to Saint-Etienne
Saliba has been loaned again to Saint-Etienne (Picture: Getty)

Unai Emery insists that Arsenal are running to signal gamers ‘who will improve the squad’ forward of the 2019/20 marketing campaign.

‘The club is thinking on how we can improve,’ the Spaniard stated following Arsenal’s defeat to Lyon.

‘There are different players on the table. [Nicolas] Pepe’s an excellent participant. We simplest need gamers who can in reality, in reality make stronger the squad.

‘We want the best players possible for the first game at Newcastle.’

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