Arsenal wins to receive a windfall that could help finance £ 45 million Thomas Partey summer transfer

A disappointing season for the 2019/20 Premier League for Arsenal ended in style.

The Gunners passed Watford 3-2 at Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s first half goals (x2) and Kieran Tierney’s first goal for the club.

Troy Deeney and former Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck responded on both sides of the break to create a tense ending, but the hosts kept all three points to climb two positions on the table.

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After entering the final game of the campaign, sitting in 10th place, qualifying for the Europa League through their final position at the Premier League table had already been excluded.

How it was ending over rivals in North London Tottenham Hotspur.

However, the Gunners had an additional incentive to finish as high as possible after Swiss Ramble reported that the impact of each position this year will be around £ 2.7 million.

Fortunately for Arsenal’s results in the matches of Sheffield United and Burnley he made his way on the last day, which is great news for Arteta.

As a result of the eighth octave, it will provide Arteta with an additional £ 5.4 million to potentially spend on transfers ahead of Monday’s official window opening.

If Mikel Arteta’s team had come tenth, it would have earned around £ 13.3 million less.

Even if it’s not an unexpected transfer, it could be the key to getting at least one deal on the line.

Thomas Partey is just one of several names linked to a move to the Emirates Stadium and according to journalist David Vinuesa Malbac Atletico Madrid, they have decided that they will only sell if the midfielder’s release clause of around £ 45 million is met.

So the £ 5.4 million more could be seen as a positive boost for the Gunners.

Having said that, Arsenal have yet another chance to earn some extra cash by qualifying for the Europa League in 2020/21.

To that end, they need to avenge their 4-1 defeat in Baku last season’s final when they face London’s rival Chelsea in next weekend’s FA Cup final at Wembley Stadium.




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