Arsenal & Man United Locked in 3-Way Battle For Ferdi Kadioglu

Ferdi Kadıoğlu, a key player for Turkey’s national team at Euro 2024, has attracted interest from several European clubs.

Turkish-Football recently reported that Arsenal have been scouting Kadioglu.

Turkish sports newspaper Fanatik now report that Arsenal and United both want the left-back but have been joined by another European giant Juventus.

Per the source, the three clubs are locked in a three-way battle to sign the in form player.

The report claims that United and Juventus have made enquiries to his representatives while Arsenal are one step ahead and are already preparing for talks.

The Yellow Canaries reportedly want €34m for their star man who is under contract until 2026.

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Despite Turkey’s elimination from the Euros, Premier League sides haven’t lost interest. Brighton are also interested and reportedly offered €25 million for Kadıoğlu, which Fenerbahce rejected.

Fenerbahce president Ali Koç is reportedly determined to keep his star players and manager Jose Mourinho also made it clear he wants him to stay, but a transfer fee exceeding €40 million could prove too tempting to resist.

The versatile full-back can play on either flank, in central defence, as an attacking winger and in midfield. His versatility and form throughout last season and at Euro 2024 make him an attractive transfer target this summer.