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Arsenal make a last ditch attempt to keep their prized wonder kid who wants to leave

Arsenal have begun preparing for the summer transfer window and they’ve reportedly made a decision on the future of their prized wonder kid.



( Arsenal youngster Charlie Patino / Photo via Getty )

Football transfer news expert Fabrizio Romano has recently given an update on the future of Arsenal youngster Charlie Patino. According to Romano, Patino will be leaving the Gunners in the upcoming summer transfer window to start a new chapter in his career on a permanent deal.

Patino is considered one of Arsenal’s most promising young talents, and his departure will come as a blow to the club. However, it seems that Arsenal is keen to keep control of the player for the future by including a buy-back clause in negotiations.

A buy-back clause is a contractual agreement between two clubs that allows the selling club to reacquire their former player at a predetermined price. This means that if Patino develops into a top-class player in the future, Arsenal can bring him back to the club without having to pay an inflated transfer fee.

It’s not uncommon for clubs to include buy-back clauses in deals for young players who they believe have the potential to become stars. It’s a way of hedging their bets and ensuring that they don’t lose out on their investment if things don’t work out at their new club.

Patino’s contract with Arsenal was set to run until June 2025, but it seems that he has decided that his future lies elsewhere. The 19-year-old midfielder has been highly rated by Arsenal’s coaching staff and has been tipped for big things in the future.

It remains to be seen where Patino will end up next season, but there are sure to be plenty of suitors for his signature. He’s already attracted interest from several top European clubs, including Barcelona and Juventus.

Arsenal fans will be disappointed to see Patino leave, but they can take comfort in knowing that their club is doing everything it can to keep control of him for the future. If he does go on to become a star at another club, they’ll have the option of bringing him back home at a reasonable price.

Hello there, Am Mumbere Ausbel from Uganda and I am a writer at Arsenal True Fans and I love watching football matches so much because it's my favourite sport. I am an optimistic person who usually likes to look at the good side of everything.

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