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Spectacular, what Arsenal will ask for after Saka's England hat-trick

By Liam Styles

Spectacular, what Arsenal will ask for after Saka's England hat-trick

The England player is on fire on the pitch and the Gunners will take advantage. 

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The England national team were a spectacular steamroller on Tuesday in Matchday 4 of Group C of the Euro 2024 qualifiers. Gareth Southgate's side look unstoppable and the 7-0 thrashing of Malta showed just how powerful they can be for the continent's premier international competition.

Bukayo Saka emerged as the scorer of the day. His hat-trick in less than 20 minutes had the Three Lions fans dreaming of a major trophy after many a tournament in recent years. However, the team has failed to be decisive down the stretch and have lost painful finals for an entire nation that was excited.

Arsenal are trying to acquire powerful players for the next Premier League season. Mikel Arteta's side want to have a competitive team for the UEFA Champions League, and they are already making an incredible offer to take players like Declan Rice and Kai Havertz, who would be sharing the field with Gabriel Jesus and Granit Xhaka, who could leave in the next few months to other powerful clubs.

And they know that if the money can come in for these additions, it would be thanks to a good offer for one of their 'wonderkids'. Bukayo Saka is already considered as the best in the English league and they are looking to get a millionaire's sum, thinking that there are clubs like Paris Saint-Germain with the economic power to take him along with Kylian Mbappé and Neymar Jr. and compete to get to the top of the continent in the next Ligue One campaign.

How much would Arsenal ask for Bukayo Saka?

In Transfermarkt's latest value appreciation update, Bukayo Saka received a valuation in excess of €110 million for clubs seeking his services. The English player still falls short of what Real Madrid could ask for Vinicius Jr. in the summer transfer window, but he would be higher than other big-name players such as Jack Grealish, for whom Josep Guardiola's Manchester City have paid more than 100 million from Aston Vila, and which is considered to be the biggest signing by an English player in the history of British football.

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