Fluminense have agreed on loan deal to sign Marquinhos from Arsenal
Posted on February 09, 2024
According to Italian journalist Romano's report, Fluminense has reached an agreement with Arsenal to loan Brazilian winger Marquinhos.
The 20-year-old Marquinhos moved from São Paulo to Arsenal in the summer of 2022 for €3.5 million. Since then, he has been loaned to Norwich and Nantes. During the first half of the season on loan at Nantes, the Brazilian youngster made only 7 appearances, including 1 start, with no goals or assists.
Now, according to Romano, Fluminense has agreed to sign Marquinhos on loan from Arsenal. The two sides have reached a verbal agreement, and the deal is expected to be completed in the coming days. Meanwhile, Marquinhos has accepted Fluminense's loan offer and is waiting for the final formalities to be completed.
Romano's report also suggests that the loan deal for Marquinhos to Fluminense will include an option to buy.
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