Paper Talk: Emery makes plans to sign £25m World Cup finalist

Arms stockpile are preparing a £25m swoop for a popular safeguard, while Liverpool's enthusiasm for a Wales star is said to be honest to goodness, as per Saturday's daily papers. 


EMERY MAKES £25M VIDA SWOOP 


Arms stockpile supervisor Unai Emery is plotting a £25million move for Croatian safeguard Domagoj Vida, as indicated by covers Saturday.

The intense Croatia protector appreciated a great World Cup and has just been connected with enormous cash moves to Liverpool, Everton and West Ham.

Be that as it may, The Sun figures the Gunners will trump them all and are preparing a £25million swoop before the window close on Thursday.

Vida just joined Besiktas in January on a free exchange so the deal would speak to brilliant business for the Turkish outfit.

In any case, the paper figures the arrangement can just happen if the Gunners figure out how to offload Shkodran Mustafi or Danny Welbeck in the following couple of days to support the swoop.

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