Saturday, 4 June 2016

Arsenal expect to complete shock £20m swoop for Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy Before The Kick Of EURO 2016.

Arsenal expect to complete their shock £20million swoop for Jamie Vardy in the next 24 hours.
Discussions have accelerated at rapid pace with only the formalities of the deal now left to conclude.
Arsenal are confident the deal will be rubber-stamped before Vardy leaves for Euro 2016 on Monday.
Arsenal are close to landing Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy after triggering his £20m release clause

Arsenal are close to landing Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy after triggering his £20m release clause
Vardy scored 24 goals leading the line in Leicester's remarkable Premier League triumph last season

Vardy scored 24 goals leading the line in Leicester's remarkable Premier League triumph last season

Arsene Wenger has sanctioned a swoop for the Leicester City forward after several top-flight clubs were sounded out by the player's representatives.
The Premier League champions want to keep their 24-goal forward, but are powerless to stop him moving to another Champions League club if they meet the agreed fee.
Arsenal will offer Vardy a considerable increase on his current £80,000-a-week contract.
Wenger attended England's win against Portugal on Thursday night when Vardy started up front for Roy Hodgson's side.

The 29-year-old Leicester striker is currently on international duty with England ahead of Euro 2016

The 29-year-old Leicester striker is currently on international duty with England ahead of Euro 2016
Arsene Wenger (top right) was at England's friendly with Portugal on Thursday, where he watched Vardy

Arsene Wenger (top right) was at England's friendly with Portugal on Thursday, where he watched Vardy
England boss Roy Hodgson does not want players discussing moves or undergoing medicals during Euro 2016 and Arsenal are set to meet that deadline.
Vardy is happy at Leicester but will be 30 in January and knows this could be his only chance to join an elite club.
Sportsmail can reveal Arsenal were contacted last month and it is understood he wants a four-year deal in excess of £100,000 a week.
Given Vardy's age and the size of the fee, a transfer was considered with caution as there is unlikely to be any sell-on value, but Wenger has decided to make his move.
Roy Hodgson does not want players distracted at Euro 2016, but Vardy deal is expected to be completed soon

Roy Hodgson does not want players distracted at Euro 2016, but Vardy deal is expected to be completed soon
Vardy (left, pictured playing against Arsenal in September last season) could soon line up for the Gunners

Vardy (left, pictured playing against Arsenal in September last season) could soon line up for the Gunners

VARDY CAREER RECORD 

2010-11: Halifax Town (41 games, 29 goals)
2011-12: Fleetwood (42 games, 34 goals)
2012-16: Leicester (144 games, 50 goals)
England: 8 caps, 3 goals

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