Arsenal Star Gabriel ‘Decided To Join Real Madrid’ Ahead of Crystal Palace Clash

Arsenal star Gabriel Magalhaes has decided his future amid Real Madrid’s interests. Arsenal defender Gabriel Magalhaes is reportedly happy with the club despite interest from Real Madrid.

The Blancos want to sign the Brazilian but he is happy to stay at the Emirates.

Gabriel was a rock at Arsenal last season. He started all 38 Premier League games and was the only full-back in the Gunners squad to do so.

However, he was knocked out in the first game of the new season at home to Nottingham Forest.

Thomas Partey started at right-back alongside Ben White and William Saliba and Timber worked on the left.

Gabriel was fit and came off the bench late to preserve Arsenal’s 2-1 lead.

Arsenal move news: Gabriel Magalhaes is set to play at Crystal Palace.
Wood suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his first appearance.

Gabriel can take it with him on Monday’s trip to the Crystal Palace.

Prior to that match, Gabriel was facing a potential exit.

The Saudi professional league shows interest and Real Madrid also praises it.

The Mail says Real’s interest in the center-back is genuine.

The La Liga club is scouting the transfer market after losing Eder Militao to a serious knee injury earlier this month.

But Gabriel is reportedly happy at Arsenal and is determined to lead the club to a better season than last season.

Arteta’s side have failed in their quest for their first Premier League title in 19 years.

After defeating Ivo, Arteta confirmed that Gabriel was released for tactical reasons.

The Spaniard needs an extra body in midfield and right-backs can provide it.

“We expect the game to go on and we need someone else who is better in midfield, more fluid, scoring points in defense. I think it really works. It’s fine,” he said.

Gabriel joined Lille in 2020 for a £ 27 million transfer fee. He made 120 appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring 11 goals.

Lui signed a new long-term contract in October 2022. Gabriel’s current contract does not expire until the summer of 2027.

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