Gabriel Martinelli will be leaving Arsenal this Jenuary Revealed….

Following his £6 million transfer to Arsenal in 2019, Gabriel Martinelli has already become a fan favorite, and he’s about to agree to a new long-term contract with the team.


If a decision is reached before the weekend, Gabriel Martinelli signing a new contract would make the ideal Christmas present for many Arsenal supporters.


Although the Brazil international winger’s current contract legally expires in the summer of 2024, knows that the Gunners have the option to extend it by two more years, taking it to 2026. However, the perception is that they are confident in reaching a new agreement with the winger.

Despite rumors linking Martinelli to clubs like Chelsea and Barcelona, it is abundantly evident from comments he made about his future made last month that he has no intention of leaving Arsenal. Martinelli also specified what he needs to commit to the team. During the press conference prior to the Zurich summit, he stated, “I want to stay, they just need to give me a pen.”



In addition, if rumours out of Spain are to be believed, the 21-year-old may soon be holding a pen in his hand as SPORT claims he is ‘near’ to signing a new contract that will keep him playing until 2027. His pay will nearly triple to £200,000 per week, according to the Daily Mail, making him one of the highest-paid players in the club.

Unlocking Martinelli’s future with a new deal as soon as possible will undoubtedly be a significant boost for Mikel Arteta’s initiative, and the club can then try to do the same with Bukayo Saka and William Saliba. Whether confirmation comes before or after Christmas is still up in the air.


The Brazilian can continue pursuing his goal of winning two of the biggest trophies at the club level once the new deal is made official. He recently expressed his wish to stay at Arsenal forever. “I want to win titles, I want to be champions [with Arsenal],” he said in an interview with The Player’s Tribune.



“I believe that the team, the supporters, and the players we have deserve to succeed. And that is my goal: to win the Premier League and the Champions League. I believe that while dreaming, we must still remain grounded. Everyone in there, in my opinion, has a winning attitude and wants to succeed.





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