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Bukayo Saka agrees £10m-per-year Arsenal contract

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Bukayo Saka is reportedly on the verge of signing a new mega deal to stay at Arsenal after verbally agreeing with the club.

According to the Daily Mail, the new contract is worth a staggering £10 million a year to the 21-year-old England international born to Nigerian parents.

Saka has been one of Arsenal’s best players this season, registering nine goals and eight assists as they chase their first Premier League title since 2004.

He joined Arsenal as a schoolboy and his current deal is to expire in 2024.

Various British outlets claim that serious progress has been made in the talks for a new contract over the last few weeks, with both parties confident an agreement would be reached.

Saka is believed to have given a clear indication during the negotiations that his only desire is to remain at his childhood club for a long time.

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The reports also claim that the framework of an agreement is in place, with all parties now working on resolving smaller details of the contract.

When broken down, the new long-term deal will be worth over £200,000-a-week, which, inclusive of bonuses, would likely make him Arsenal’s best paid player.

Saka’s current wages, according to The Mirror, are £30,000 per week and the new deal would be an astronomical increase.

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