Arsenal predicted a huge weekly wage increase to catch team ace Bukayo Saka.
Saka has emerged as the key to Arsenal’s attack this season and one of the best wingers in the Premier League. He appeared in 28 league games and scored 12 goals and 10 assists, showing off excellent offensive power, and surpassed 10 goals-10 assists in the league six years after Alexis Sanchez.
Saka, who has fast speed, elastic dribbling, and even sharp kicks, has confirmed the possibility of signing Saka, as some teams, including Man City, have their eyes on Saka as the contract expires in the summer of 2024.
In the midst of this, Arsenal seems to have started discussing a renewal of the contract with Saka, making Saka the top player in the team스포츠토토.
British media Daily Mail reported on the 28th (Korean time) that “Saka’s new contract will get him £15 million.”
According to Daily Mail reports, Arsenal plans to offer Sakawa £300,000 a week (approximately 480 million won) to renew his contract.
The current weekly wage Saka receives is known to be 70,000 pounds (approximately 112 million won), and is expected to increase more than four times with this renewal.
If Saka re-signs, he could record the highest weekly wage within the team.
At Arsenal, Gabriel Jesus is currently the highest paid player in the team at £265,000 (approximately 424 million won). Saka’s re-contract goes beyond that.
Even if you look at the entire Premier League, it can be compared to Kalidou Koulibaly (Chelsea), who ranks 10th in the annual salary ranking, Jack Grealish (Manchester City), and Casemiro (Manchester United), who are joint 9th.
Son Heung-min, who won the top scorer in the Premier League last year, is also 190,000 pounds (about 300 million won), and Saka is in a situation where he will receive more than 1.5 times more weekly wage than Son Heung-min.
Saka is only 21 years old this year, and considering his age, Arsenal recognizes his superior skills compared to his age and gives him a clear treatment. In fact, thanks to Saka’s performance, Arsenal is challenging the top of the Premier League this season for the first time in 19 years.
Meanwhile, Arsenal’s plan to renew the contract is expected to be a clear warning to other teams aiming for Saka.
It is tantamount to declaring that he will not receive any offers for his recruitment by catching Saka with unconventional treatment.