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Rob Holding available for Transfer this summer

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Arsenal is said to be available to selling Rob Holding this summer, during the Transfer window.

The 24-year-old has made 69 appearances for the Gunners since joining Bolton Wanderers in 2016, however, he just featured on nine occasions during the 2019-20 season.

Since getting a genuine knee injury in December 2018, holding missed an all-encompassing time and has just made two appearances this season in the Premier League.

The middle back has a contract until June 2023 at the Emirates Stadium however according to Goal, Arsenal would be available to allow him to leave this summer permanently.

The investigation proposes that a loan is probably going to be ‘a progressively attractive decision’ for the Gunners, however, the capital giants will also discover ‘healthy proposals’ for the previous England Under-21 international.

Allegedly, Mikel Arteta ‘s side is also planning to spruce up their safeguard by marking RB Leipzig’s Dayot Upamecano, while William Saliba is set to arrive officially at the club this summer after remaining on loan with Saint-Etienne for the 2019-20 season.

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