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Arsenal reportedly agree five-year deal for Porto’s forward Fabio Vieira in £35million move

Arsenal ‘agreed a five-year deal for Porto’s striker Fabio Vieira’ in a move that could end up costing more than £34million as Mikel Arteta looks set to land third summer strike

  • Portuguese striker Fabio Vieira joins Arsenal from Porto for a five-year contract
  • Arsenal and Porto have reportedly agreed on an initial £30m fee
  • The 22-year-old scored seven goals and provided 16 assists last season
  • He will be Mikel Arteta’s third summer transfer window signing after the arrival of Matt Taylor and Marquinhos

Porto attacking midfielder Fabio Vieira has agreed a five-year deal with Arsenal, a transfer that could cost more than £34million after the two clubs reach an agreement.

Portugal’s Vieira will be Mikel Arteta’s third summer signing after the arrival of MLS goalkeeper Matt Taylor and the talented Marquinhos who came from Sao Paulo.

file report that Arsenal will pay £30 million initially, with the fee increasing by a further £5 million in add-ons if the 22-year-old makes the move to the Premier League.

Fabio Vieira joins Arsenal on a five-year deal from Porto for an initial £30million

Fabio Vieira joins Arsenal on a five-year deal from Porto for an initial £30million

Vieira will travel to London for the next few hours to complete his medical check before signing a long-term contract that will keep him at the club until 2027.

The deal is seen as a good thing by the London club after they managed to strike a deal with the Primeira Liga champions for less than Vieira’s quoted £43 million release clause.

The attacking midfielder climbed the ranks of Porto’s academy before making his senior debut for the first team in 2020.

Vieira received much praise from Porto supporters after scoring seven goals and providing 16 assists on his way to the 30th division title last season.



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