Published: Sat, August 18, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Arsenal Talent Set To Sign Four-Year Contract With Juventus

Arsenal Talent Set To Sign Four-Year Contract With Juventus

The 20-year-old had a prolific record in the youth team but was unable to make the leap into the first-team.

Juventus are paying Arsenal €2m for the signature of young striker Stephy Mavididi.

Mavididi never made a senior appearance for Arsenal, but played 41 games for the club's Under-23 team and has also won three caps for England's Under-20s.

Sky Sports News reports that the youngster has flown to Italy to undergo a medical with Juventus, with official confirmation of the deal potentially arriving within 24 hours.

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The England youth player, who has represented his country at under-17 level through to under-20, would cost about £800,000 with Juventus having spent £88 million on signing Ronaldo from Real Madrid this summer.

Still, Sancho is seen as a potential senior global of the future and many English youngsters will be buoyed by the fact that they are able to gain recognition whilst playing senior football at club level in another country.

Mavididi transfer is the second exit at Arsenal today.

'We would like to thank Stephy for his contribution to the club and wish him well for the future'.

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