Arsenal 'looking to buy £27m Lorenzo Pellegrini in instalments'

Arsenal
are reportedly looking to buy £27million Roma midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini in instalments.
Gunners manager Unai Emery has just £45m to rebuild his squad this summer after his side missed out on Champions League
qualification.
Pellegrini has a £27m buy-out clause in his current deal which can be paid in two instalments and that would be favourable to Arsenal, according to The Mirror
.
The 22-year-old has also reportedly attracted interest from Tottenham, AC Milan and Inter Milan with Spurs and Arsenal having already contacted his agent, according to Inside Futbol
.
Pellegrini's contract at the Serie A club does not expire until the summer of 2022 but Roma are reportedly keen to agree a new one without the release clause.
The Italy international made 33 appearances last season, in which he scored four goals and contributed seven assists. 
Pellegrini was linked with a possible move to Manchester United back in January.  
Sportsmail
reported last month that Arsenal's finances are in a disarray due to crippling wage bill and a shortfall in income.
Emery could have had as much as £90m to spend on players had they lifted the Europa League trophy.
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