Date: 3rd July 2019 at 8:38am
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Arsenal’s transfer window turned up a notch on Monday evening as the club reportedly put forward a £40m bid for winger Wilfried Zaha.

However, a report in The Sun suggested The Gunners are in fact some way off securing the purchase of the Ivorian, by suggesting to pay the transfer fee in five-year instalments – to the bemusement of Arsenal fans.

Palace are said to have labelled Arsenal’s initial efforts to buy as ‘embarrassing’, while slapping an incredible £120m price tag on the 26-year-old.

Supporters have been left somewhat bewildered by Arsenal’s reported approach, with The Gunners only recently making their first signing and their budget is said to be the size of their opening offer.

And with some recalling Arsenal’s £40,000,001 bid to tempt away from Liverpool back in 2013, some fans are less than hopeful of getting the deal over the line considering the latest insight into negotiations.

Others feel signing isn’t even the club’s priority, but the bottom line seems to be that it’s not just laughing at the stance of Arsenal’s negotiating team: