Club convinced that Arsenal’s 17-goal goal is not going away; The £ 45 million fee is considered too high

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Sao Paulo is unconcerned by speculation about Arsenal’s target, Brenner, in part thanks to a prohibitive £ 45m release clause in his contract, Globo Esporte reported.

The Gunners could have challenged their seemingly troubling financial situation while breaking the bank for Thomas Partey on the day of the deadline. But it’s one thing to pay a hefty sum for a first-class, proven operator with La Liga and Champions League experience under his belt.

Brenner might have a similar price tag to Partey’s hanging around his neck, but that’s where the similarities end.

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The 20-year-old has never kicked a ball in Europe at the club level and there is no guarantee that he can immediately adapt to life in a genuine Premier League giant.

Nonetheless, Calciomercato reports that Arsenal face Juventus, AC Milan and Ajax for the Brazilian youth star.

Real Madrid, who have spent significant fees on Samba Vinicius Jr’s superchildren Rodrygo Goes and Reinier Jesus in recent years, have also been watching Brenner for months (DC).

The view from Sao Paulo, however, is that Brenner isn’t going anywhere yet.

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Globo Esporte assures that the talisman top scorer feels at ‘home’ in South America.

Furthermore, Sao Paulo believes they are well protected by a £ 45 million release clause; one that is unlikely to kick in in January as Europe’s biggest clubs estimate the cost of an ongoing financial crisis.

In fact, Sao Paulo is so confident at the moment that they don’t even plan to open talks about a new contract.

Brenner has scored 17 goals in 26 games this season, so he has been compared to Manchester City forward Gabriel Jesus on the road.

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