Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Brighton centre-back Ben White for a fee believed to be close to £50m, and Sky Sports News reported that Arsenal turned down a £40m bid in June with another £47m move rejected. But with discussions continuing in July, the two Premier League clubs appear to have reached a settlement, there is still work to be done before the transfer is finalised, and the 23-year-old is expected to undergo a medical upon his return from holiday. On July 26. After leaving Southampton in 2014, White secured a move to Brighton and finally made his mark on the south coast after loan spells with Newport County, Peterborough United and Leeds United. After breaking into the first team at the AMEX, he impressed last season in the Premier League at the heart of defense and was chosen by Gareth Southgate for Euro 2020. He also helped Brighton survive relegation and finish 16th in the Premier League with the best combined defense in the bottom half. From the league (46 goals conceded), Arsenal are looking to bolster their defense after they finished eighth in the Premier League and lost it. On European football for the first time since the 1994-95 season, Arsenal transfer updates: Bellerin, Loconga, Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin tells Arsenal he wants a new challenge, talks continue with Inter about a transfer, and while Arsenal want a permanent deal – or at least a loan-binding buy – The Serie A champions would prefer a loan with an option to buy, Perin would welcome a move to Italy, and with Arsenal contracted in 2023, the 26-year-old will not extend his stay in the Emirates with Arsenal in Scotland and came off the bench in what defeat Tuesday’s pre-season match against Hibernian, Albert Sambi Lukunga’s transfer from Anderlecht to Arsenal will be completed once the player is off the field. ntine.Lokonga in London after agreeing on a deal last week. He will need to undergo final medical examinations before the deal is officially announced, as the fee is believed to be around £15m. Arsenal game dates 2021/22: Arsenal start with Pease and Chelsea Arsenal will start their campaign in the Premier League 2021/22 away from the new arrivals. Brentford, On Saturday, August 14, Michael Arteta’s team, who finished eighth in the Premier League standings, will play the London derby in the Emirates against European champions Chelsea on August 21, before moving to current champions Manchester City on August 28. The north London derby comes on the weekend of September 25 at home to Tottenham, while the rematch will be at the weekend of January 15 at Tottenham Hotspur. Follow the summer transfer window with Sky Sports, you can follow the latest transfer news and rumors. In our dedicated Transportation Hub blog on Sky Sports digital platforms, as well as keeping track of all developments on Sky Sports News.