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Arsenal & Man City set deadline for Evans move

Arsenal & Man City set deadline for Evans move

The Sun have reported that West Brom will only consider this deal if the Gunners increase their bid to £27m.

JONNY EVANS' transfer value may have just gone down after a misjudgement proved fatal against Liverpool.

Wright also pointed out how the Baggies are "keen to get the majority of money up front rather than in staggered payments".

Arsenal, Manchester City and any other suitors of West Brom defender Jonny Evans have been set a deadline in which to get a deal done. And to that end, the North Londoners had made an offer of £25 million package for the Northern Irishman. While it was expected that Pep Guardiola might return for Evans in January, he has instead made a decision to bring Aymeric Laporte from Athletic Bilbao in a £57 million deal, leaving Arsenal as the only interested party to sign Evans.

"Jonny is being approached by big clubs, but we have not got an offers in as yet", Pardew said on BT Sport.

"That's not a deal that's been put to us. someone has released that and it's not true".

"If we can do business and the bid is acceptable, we'll do the business, whatever time it is".

Daily Star quoted an insider at the Emirate as saying that the Frenchman is desperate to add to his attack with Borussia Dortmund's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in view and bolster his defence with Evans.

Arsenal have already sold Walcott, Alexis and Coquelin and sent a few youngsters out on loan (Ben Sheaf being the latest to go - to Stevenage) so the size of Wenger's squad is being reduced considerably, so I would very surprised if Holding went anywhere without a new arrival. This has led to the Gunners converting left-back Nacho Monreal into a central defender and even playing midfielder Mohamed Elneny at the back.



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