Henrikh Mkhitaryan leaves Arsenal for Roma on season-long loan

Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has united Roma on a season-long loan.
Mkhitaryan failed a medical and also arrived in Rome on Monday morning to finalise the deal.
Roma will cover Arsenal a loan charge of $3m (#2.7m) together with the deal not expected to include an option to purchase, based on Sky in Italy.
The Armenian joined Arsenal in January 2018 as a part of this deal that watched the Gunners are left by Alexis Sanchez .
Sanchez left United after a year-and-a-half that were disappointing a week, going to Italy to join Inter Milan online loan.
Throughout his time at the Emirates, Mkhitaryan has scored two goals in 56 games, which makes his latest appearance as a second-half substitute against north London rivals Tottenham.
Roma have added nine players to their group for example, loan signings of Chris Smalling in Manchester United and Davide Zappacosta from Chelsea, through a summer window.
Although the Premier League transfer window closed on August 8, most European leagues – including Serie A – managed to buy gamers until Monday September 2.

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