Arsenal Transfer News: Egyptian Left Back Milo Wise Target for Gunners
Arsenal has already made one smart signing this summer in Olivier Giroud, and the Gunners are now looking to follow it up by adding Egyptian left back Milo.
Milo, whose full name is Islam Ramadan, currently plays for the Egyptian club Haras Al Hodood. The 21-year-old is a transfer target of Lyon, Sporting Lisbon and Benfica, as well as Arsenal, according to Sky Sports’ Graeme Bailey.
The youngster said the following in an interview with FilGoal, an Egyptian sports website, per Bailey’s report.
Arsenal officials have been following me since my participation in the Toulon tournament in 2009.
I believe the Arsenal scouts will watch me closely at the London Olympics. My participation at London 2012 is what will determine my next step, and I hope to come to a European club.
Wenger’s decisive spending stopped the bleeding, but the team’s back line still had its problems throughout the year. The group finished with 49 goals allowed, which ranked eighth in the Premiership.
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The long-time Gunners’ boss is now making a smart decision by targeting this young defender in the summer. Reinforcing the reserves will help the team avoid situations like the one that occurred at the start of last year.
Milo is a talented defender who will take time to adjust to the elevated level of play he will experience if he moves to England. However, this will be a purchase that will benefit the team in the future.
His potential will be on display this summer at the Olympic tournament, where his defensive prowess will be put to the ultimate test as he faces Neymar and the rest of Brazil’s rising stars in the group stage.
A fine performance in that match, which will take place on July 26, and Milo will be in for a move to Europe.
Arsenal officials should be keeping a close eye on his progress, as they may have to move quickly if they wish to add him to the squad.
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