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According to MARCA, Éder Militão and Vinícius Júnior could be used to bring in funds for transfers at Real Madrid.

In fact, the Spanish news outlet describe the Brazilian duo as ‘transferable’.

What significance does this hold?

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The Streets Won’t Forget XI

Well, interestingly, both Arsenal and Tottenham have been linked with the pair.

Corriere dello Sport recently revealed that Jose Mourinho phoned his former side to enquire about the ex-Porto colossus Militão, who Real Madrid paid £43.5 million for.

Elsewhere, Defensa Central wrote that Mikel Arteta is interested in bringing Vinícius Júnior to the Emirates Stadium.

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It seems baffling that Real Madrid would deem the Gunners target as transferable, especially seeing as they shelled out £39.6 million to sign him when he was just 16.

To deem £83.1 million worth of talent as surplus to requirements represents a concerning transfer policy from the Spanish giants.

Nevertheless, it consequently presents a promising opportunity for both Arsenal and Tottenham, if the north Londoners truly are interested in their respective targets.

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In Arsenal’s case, it could be an opportunity to land one of Europe’s most promising talents in Vinícius Júnior.

Aged just 20, the wonderkid has struggled at the Santiago Bernabeu, scoring only 11 goals in 92 appearances.

However, there’s a reason that Real Madrid, Manchester United and Barcelona were fighting over him as a 16-year-old, as the Guardian revealed.

In our view, Arteta should definitely seize the chance to sign him if it arises.

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