Jurrien Timber ‘completes Arsenal medical’ ahead of £34m transfer with Man Utd target set to join imminently

Jurrien Timber has just successfully completed his medical tests as new Arsenal player.

Romano Fabrizio reported earlier yesterday that Timber arrived at London for his medicals yesterday and he has broken the news on the success of the medicals at Arsenal just few minutes ago.

The North Londoners reached an agreement with the Dutch giants to sign the 22-year-old this week.

And he’s on the brink of becoming the club’s second summer signing after successfully undergoing his medical.

That’s according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, who tweeted: “Jurrien Timber has just successfully completed his medical tests as new Arsenal player.”

The Emirates faithful were quick to react, with one tweeting: “Arsenal will cook next season. I predict not less than two trophies.”

Timber’s passing of his medical has seemingly seen Arsenal pip their Premier League rivals Manchester United to his signature.

It’s understood that Red Devils boss Erik ten Hag contemplated adding the defender to his squad this summer.

But barring a dramatic turn of events, United have missed out on the versatile right back.

The arrival of Timber will take Arsenal’s summer spending to £98million – £65m of which they spent on signing Kai Havertz from Chelsea.

But that fee is set to rise to a whopping £203million when they complete the signing of Declan Rice from West Ham.

Arteta will be hoping his summer splurge will help the Gunners get over the Premier League finish line next season.

The 41-year-old said of his troops’ April capitulation: “It still hurts me deeply not having won the Premier after spending ten months fighting with City.

All the best to Timber in Arsenal, he is a fantastic player and a good buy for the Gunners.

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