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Re: January Transfer Window - Whither Sanllehi, Edu and Arteta?
Posted by: Boston Gooner
Date: 25/01/2020 00:02
According to Brazilian outlet Globe Esporte, Arsenal are negotiating with Flamengo over central defender Pablo Mari.

The 26 year old only joined the Rio de Janeiro based side last year, having taken a circuitous route to South America.

The Spaniard began his career with Real Mallorca, before establishing himself with Gimnastic. He then moved to Man City but never played a game for them. Loan spells at NAC Breda and Girona followed, as well as a season at Deportivo la Coruna.

In July of last year he joined Flamengo for around £1m. With Edu as a our Technical Director, the Brazil link makes sense, but he’ll also be well known to manager Mikel Arteta who was at City when he signed in 2016.

The 6’3 defender recently featured for Flamengo in the FIFA Club World Cup Final against Liverpool in Qatar.

He's cheap.

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