No Offers Received For Perisic

Arsenal Begin Talk Over Possible Ivan Perisic Loan Capture -

Arsenal Begin Talk Over Possible Ivan Perisic Loan Capture -

The last few days have seen tension building within the Nerazzurri camp, as Coach Luciano Spalletti and the fans are frustrated at the difference between Perisic's performances for Croatia and at club level.

On Saturday January 26 news broke that rumours of Arsenal's interest in Ivan Perisic may hold some weight.

'But in this moment there are no offers for Perisic.' Arsenal manager Unai Emery is trying to get deals over the line before the transfer window closes on Thursday night and Perisic, who helped Croatia to the World Cup final last summer, has always been linked with a move. "But the club say to me in the summer it is going to be different and we are going to have chances to spend money".

Reports have linked Arsenal with a move for Inter's Ivan Perisic, though that move is rumoured to be a loan with a purchase option in the summer.

Although both players played for Borussia Dortmund, their paths never crossed, with the Croatian leaving six months before Aubameyang moved to Signal Iduna Park.

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Arsenal are expected to continue to work to try to land Perisic, but the clock is ticking down on the transfer window.

"The club are telling me that this moment is not good to buy players", Emery told reporters. 'We are speaking two months ago with this possibility but we know that it's not easy.

Emery hinted at his reluctance to recruit defensive reinforcements, despite injuries to Sokratis Papastathopoulos (ankle) and Laurent Koscielny (jaw). We intend to get him back on track and it shouldn't be a problem. We have enough players.

"If anyone is interested in him, then they must pay the adequate sum".

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