Compared to Yuri Tilemans and Arthur Melo, Edu is facing a tough decision to transfer Arsenal – Indepediente Daily Sports News

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Arsenal transfer news: Yuri Tielemans and Arthur Melo have been compared to the Gunners after a new midfielder this month.
As Arsenal approach the halfway point of the January transfer window, the search for a new central midfielder is intensifying.
The Gunners have decided to bring in a new midfielder before the end of the month, with Mikel Arteta unable to make a choice in the center of the pitch.
Granit Jacques, Charlie Patino and Albert Sambi Lokonga are currently Arsenal’s only midfielders, with Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneni in the Africa Cup of Nations, while Ainsley Maitland-Niles were loaned out last week.
Arteta has made no secret of his desire to bring in a new midfielder this month, and the Arsenal manager has acknowledged that the Gunners are appreciating his choice.
Granit Jacques, Charlie Patino and Albert Sambi Lokonga are currently Arsenal’s only midfielders, with Thomas Partey and Mohamed Elneni in the Africa Cup of Nations, while Ainsley Maitland-Niles were loaned out last week.
Arteta has made no secret of his desire to bring in a new midfielder this month, and the Arsenal manager has acknowledged that the Gunners are appreciating his choice.
Arsenal understand that Arthur is on loan from Juventus until the end of the season, and the Brazilian has long been linked with a move to technical director Edu.
The 25-year-old, who suffered during his time at Juventus, wants to play more consistently as he is offered a place in Brazil’s World Cup squad later this year.

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Arsenal are interested in Arthur.
Arsenal are also interested in Tielemans and have discussed a possible move with a Leicester City midfielder, Goal reports.
With just 18 months left in his Belgium international contract with the Foxes, it is “doubtful” that King Power will leave the stadium through this window.
So, what could be a better deal for Arsenal? How do you compare the statistics of the two midfielders? football. london take a look.
Thielemans vs. Arthur
Tielemans is the youngest of two Belgians, 24 and Arthur 25. According to WhoScored, they both have two similar advantages, and both long throws and passes are key characteristics.
Arthur is one point weaker than Thielemans, but the Juventus star dribbles better, while the Leicester player sees the main pass and the ball better.
In the “weakness” category, Thielmans has nothing, and Arthur has two things: air combat and combat.
As for the “style of play” of Arthur: likes to downsize, often makes mistakes, likes to shoot from a distance, likes to make short passes, does not dive into battle. Thielmans is as follows: he usually makes mistakes and often throws the ball off the ground.
If Arsenal are set to sign Dusan Vlahovic this month, football.london reported earlier this week that Arthur would make more sense right now.
The Gunners have offered Vlahovic £ 60m for Fiorentina and are considering a move for the star striker, with the new midfielder on loan.
Thielemans’ situation could be revisited at the end of the season, with the Belgian youngster only 12 months left to complete his contract with Leicester.

Following the Euro 2020 final, English footballers were ordered to ban football, including online hatred, following racist violence.

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There are plans to extend the football quarantine regime, which bans fans from participating in games for indiscipline, to cover online hate crimes.
Currently, the game can be banned for those convicted of football-related violence, disorder, racial discrimination, and homophobic hatred.

However, according to a plan presented by the Ministry of the Interior, the ban on games will be extended to combat online trolling, racism and other forms of online hatred and violence.
Following last year’s Euro 2020 final, England’s national football team’s black players were subjected to racially motivated violence – Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to crack down on online trolls at the time.

Following the defeat of the “Three Lions” in Italy in 2020, the Football Association called it “terrible” after several England players were subjected to racist violence.
Interior Minister Priti Patel said this week that a “new law amending the draft Law on Police, Crime, Punishment and the Judiciary” would be enacted to address those who use “dirty language” online.
He said: “This summer we saw a beautiful game of hide-and-seek and tainted by the shameful racism of online trolls who insulted our footballers. affected.
“People guilty of online racism must be punished. Amendments to the law I am announcing will ban them from participating in football competitions.”

Football ban bans a person from participating in any regulated football competition for 3 to 10 years, and the latest statistics show that more than 1,300 football bans are currently in effect across England and Wales.
They can be released after committing a football-related crime or following a complaint from the local police, the British Transport Police or the Crown Prosecutor’s Office. Either of these agencies can sue in the UK or elsewhere for a decision regarding someone who has caused or contributed to football-related violence and unrest “at any time”.
Violation of a ban on football is a criminal offense punishable by a maximum of six months in prison, an unlimited fine, or both, and a subsequent order may be imposed because of the time limit.
Cultural Secretary Nadine Dorris said: “Violence of racism, which pervades the social network of footballers throughout the day, must have a profound effect on all those involved in the game and must end it.
“We are fighting this abomination in all its forms. We are banning racists from playing games, and we are introducing new laws to stop online violence and to combat hatred on technology sites.”

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