Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool and Spurs given green light to complete Houssem Aouar transfer


Arsenal, Man Utd, Liverpool and Tottenham have been given the green light to fight for Houssem Aouar this summer. It comes as Lyon look to sell the France international in the transfer window. 

Aouar is the belle of the ball with several Premier League clubs desperate to sign the midfielder.

Lyon are in a perilous position in the transfer window after a bodged TV deal has left the Ligue 1 clubs out of pocket.


Combined with the added effect of the pandemic during the season that meant fans could not attend matches, and it has spelled disaster.

Several players are up for grabs as the French teams look to sell off their most prized assets to make ends meet – with Aouar being one of them.

After being priced at £50m last summer, club chief Jean-Michel Aulas has dropped that valuation by half and is now worth £25m.


It has led to a scramble and Arsenal, United, Liverpool and Spurs all desperate to sign the France international.

According to Calcio Mercato, Lyon have given the Premier League quartet the green light to move forward in their attempts to sign Aouar.

They are hoping that it will lead to a bidding war that could nudge the price up further.


Aouar has long been admired by Mikel Arteta, who wanted him at Manchester City when he was a coach there and made him a top target the moment he joined Arsenal.

Liverpool and United would love a midfielder as a replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum, who joined Paris Saint-Germain, and Paul Pogba, whose future is up in the air as he enters the final year of his contract.

Tottenham might have the best chance to sign the 23-year-old, though, despite the fact they do not have Champions League football.


That is because Tanguy Ndombele is best friends with the Frenchman after striking up a relationship at Lyon and Aouar would love to reunite with him.

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