Arsenal CONFIRM £21m Kiwior deal from Spezia as Arteta bolsters his defence

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ARSENAL have confirmed the shock signing of £21million defender Jakub Kiwior.

Spezia’s Poland star follows Brighton winger Leandro Trossard because the second January recruit for Mikel Arteta‘s Premier League leaders.

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Jakub Kiwior has turn out to be Arsenal’s second purchase this monthCredit score: Getty

The 22-year-old was on the Emirates on Sunday for the Gunners’ 3-2 defeat of Manchester United.

He accomplished a medical the next day and is believed to have penned a contract till 2027, with the choice of an extra 12 months.

Kiwior is the kind of left-sided centre-back Arteta has lengthy needed.

And the Spaniard stated: “It’s nice that Jakub is becoming a member of us.

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“He’s a younger versatile defender who has proven enormous potential and qualities with Spezia in Serie A, and likewise at worldwide degree with Poland.

“Jakub is a player who will give us strength and quality to our defensive unit.”

Kiwior, 22, was in Anderlecht’s academy earlier than spells in Slovakia with Zeleziarne Podbrezova and MSK Zilin.

Nevertheless it’s since becoming a member of Italian top-flight membership Spezia in 2021 that his profession has taken off.

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Arsenal sporting director Edu revealed the membership had been “monitoring” Kiwior “for a while”.

Edu added: “We at the moment are all trying ahead to seeing his continued growth with us.”

Kiwior will add depth to the Premier League leaders, who’ve been eyeing one other left-footed centre again.

Having seen prime goal Mykhailo Mudryk go to Chelsea as a substitute in a £97m transfer, the Gunners’ solely different newcomer this month has been £27m Trossard.

The Belgium ace impressed in his on the spot debut, a 10-minute cameo on the weekend through which Arsenal snatched victory over the Purple Devils via Eddie Nketiah’s second objective.



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