‘I can guarantee to you’: Fabrizio Romano now shares the latest he’s heard about Benjamin Sesko

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea are likely to all be busy in the summer transfer window.

The Red Devils and Blues both had unimpressive seasons in the top division, while the Gunners almost missed out on capturing the Premier League title.

Man United and Chelsea will be itching to return to the top four, while Arsenal will be keen to bolster its roster in order to challenge for the championship.

There is one specific striker who has been linked to the Gunners, Red Devils, and Blues and who is probably going to be moving this summer.

The man in question is Benjamin Sesko of RB Leipzig, who is currently one of the most sought-after attackers in European sport.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea have reportedly all approached the 21-year-old Slovenia international in recent weeks.

Fabrizio Romano has now provided an update on the Sesko saga amid links with the Premier League trio.

What has Fabrizio Romano said about Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea target Benjamin Sesko?

“The most important thing for Benjamin Sesko is to decide upon first of all whether to accept RB Leipzig’s proposal of a contract extension and bigger salary,” Romano said to CaughtOffside.

“He has to tell them his feelings before the Euros, and whether he will stay and extend or leave and try a new experience.

“Chelsea, Man United and Arsenal have presented their projects and all three clubs are waiting to hear from Benjamin Sesko.

“They all have different projects, different ideas, a different vision and obviously different plans as well as different kinds of proposals in terms of salary.

“I can guarantee to you that, as of today, Benjamin Sesko has still not decided where he will go.

“But he had some contacts with the clubs to understand about the projects and he will decide in the crucial days ahead.”

Regarding the cost, Florian Plettenberg of Sky Sport Germany recently stated that Sesko has a release clause for €65 million (£55 million) that needs to be triggered by the end of June.

Chelsea, Manchester United, and Arsenal will all be vying for the 21-year-old’s signature this summer.

But since there will be fierce competition for his services, they’ll all have to work extra hard to entice the athlete and give him a hefty salary.

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