Arsenal have agreed to let Konstantinos Mavropanos be part of Stuttgart for “a really low charge”.That is the view of former Gunners and Everton striker Kevin Campbell, talking completely to Football Insider concerning the 23-year-old’s future.Mavropanos joined Stuttgart on mortgage with an choice to purchase in August, having additionally spent the earlier season on mortgage on the Bundesliga facet.Stuttgart’s director of soccer, Sven Mislintat revealed on Monday the main points of the deal struck between the 2 sides. The ex-Arsenal recruitment chief advised Bundesliga News the German membership have a £2.5million obligation to purchase the centre-half in the event that they keep away from relegation.He additionally revealed the mortgage charge for Mavropanos this season to be £425,000.When requested by Football Insider‘s Dylan Childs for his evaluation of the numbers, Campbell mentioned: “That appears very low. “I don’t know what has been agreed behind the scenes. Is there a caveat that claims he can go for a small sum of money? “He is a really succesful centre-half. He’s been glorious from Stuttgart from what I’ve heard. “The downside is, he isn’t going to get within the staff at Arsenal. “It is just not a priority that Mavropanos goes to depart the membership. We’ve acquired William Saliba coming again subsequent 12 months, Ben White, Gabriel – who’s an absolute beast, Rob Holding and Pablo Mari. That is 5 centre-halves. “Mavronpanos has no future at Arsenal besides, £2.5million is a low charge for a participant of his high quality.” In different information, an harm knowledgeable has urged one Arsenal participant to put money into ‘protecting gear’ after a grotesque incident. Related Articles {{#primary_category}}
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