Real ready to meet Arsenal youngster’s wage demands

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Real Sociedad are prepared to meet Arsenal demands in order to take want-away forward Carlos Vela from Emirates Stadium.


Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has sent the Mexico international out on loan for the past two season and appears to be willing to let him leave the club for good.


Vela failed to make the grade in north London, but had an impressive season on loan at the La Liga side and they are now ready make him their highest-paid player, according to talkSPORT.


Arsenal were paying Vela a considerable wage for a 23-year-old prospect, which has made it difficult for Sociedad to make his stay permanent.


The report claims the Gunners want a fee in the region of £6million for a player who has only scored five Premier League goals, but the Spaniards are hoping to lower than number in order to pay for Vela’s salary.


After initially struggling with life in La Liga, the Mexican improved in the second half of the season and ended with a total of 12 league goals.

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