Pablo Mari to be first summer deal after agreement reached

Pablo Mari completes permanent move from Arsenal to Monza after securing Serie A relegation Sources told Football Insider.

The Italian club are believed to be activating an option in the 29-year-old’s £4.4million loan deal.

Mikel Arteta has signed for the Gunners for the first time since joining as manager in 2019, in a deal that will be the Gunners’ first of the summer.

Mali will begin a massive exodus of senior players this summer as the Londoners continue to sell fringe stars.

The Spaniard’s transfer is in place, the terms have been set and it should be done quickly, possibly within a few days.

Arsenal signed Mali on loan for the first time in 2020, and the defender ended up spending Report When a permanent deal was agreed later that year, the fee was £6.8m.

The former City ace made just 22 appearances in all competitions for Arteta before his first loan move to Udinese last season.

Mali’s contract at the Emirates Stadium expires in June 2024, which means he can start discussing pre-contractual agreements with foreign parties from January next year.

But Monza will trigger a permanent move in the off-season after helping them avoid the threat of relegation to Serie B this season.

He played 29 times in all competitions and contributed 1 goal.

Despite his short tenure at the club, the FA Cup winner even recently wore the captain’s armband for Italy.

according to referencesMonza pays Mari more than £88,000 a week.

Another of Arsenal’s loan stars is set to leave the title challengers this summer.

football insider It was revealed on Tuesday (May 23) that Burnley are in talks with Arsenal over a loan-purchase deal for midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga after spending the season on loan at Crystal Palace.

In other news, Arsenal are ready to sell their long-term defender.

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