France U21 international Matteo Guendouzi stretch with Arsenal is set to proceed for the following not so distant future with reports from the Daily Mail asserting the Gunners are arranging a deal that will twofold his wages to £75,000 per week.
The 20-year-old getting adjusted to life in the Premier League got numerous surprises after touching base from Lorient the previous summer.
Up until now, Guendouzi has nailed 47 appearances and the young lad is anticipating his first European final with the Gunners in Europa League finals.
The £27m-evaluated central midfielder has three years left on his current £40,000 a week contract deal subsequent to discarding the French second division side to join Arsenal, however as indicated by The Sun, his new approaching contract will keep running until 2023 which is in line to incorporate more execution relate rewards over the £75,000 per week.
With any semblance of Aaron Ramsey, Petr Cech, and Danny Welbeck off the pay bill at the Emirates, reserves have been opened up and there could be three or five new faces at the club this summer.
Guendouzi, who has three caps for France under 21s, joined Paris Saint-Germain’s football academy as a six-year-old and came through there before going over to Lorient when he turned the age of 15.