Alex Levack discussed his client’s move from Brighton to Arsenal, with the Gunners boasting for keeping their nerve in a £ 50m poker game with Seagull Chairman Tony Bloom.
Brighton didn’t want to sell
Tony Bloom, a professional player, oversees events at Amex Stadium and is not the person who will cash out his chips without a fight. The North London Premier League heavyweights, however, prevailed in a protracted battle of wills, with England’s international defender lured off the south coast as Arteta & Co. played the winning hand.
Ben White’s spokesman, Alex Levack, talked about the big money deal that the main challenge was really negotiating royalties between the two clubs and structuring the deal the right way. Brighton didn’t really want to sell and wasn’t really ready to give a rating for the player, and with Tony Bloom as a professional poker player and player, he was hard to read.
Ben White will be an add-on for the club
A talented and versatile 23-year-old teenager was honored with splendor. Ben White was loaned to Peterborough in the First League back in 2018-19 before continuing to raise his reputation the following year in the Leeds title-winning campaign. He made 39 appearances in Brighton last season, earning top international recognition and a spot with Gareth Southgate’s at Euro 2020 along the way, before Arsenal rang the last transfer window.
Ben White put up with the Gunners fans with some heartfelt displays in the preseason, and Alex Levack is confident he will be an insightful addition to the club screaming for consistency and continuity in the center of the half. Levack added that the way Ben plays is very conducive to the way Arsenal loves to play and the attention to detail that Arsenal has put into the intelligence of the players they are about to sign has been very addicting, whether it is artificial attention, data analysis or video analysis. everything is very impressive.