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Bundesliga title contenders Bayer Leverkusen have set an eye-catching €55 million transfer fee for Super Eagles forward Victor Boniface ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window.

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Reports suggest that an undisclosed Premier League club has approached Bayer Leverkusen regarding the availability of the Super Eagles striker, who missed the last Africa Cup of Nations due to an injury sustained on the eve of the tournament.

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Despite Leverkusen expressing their reluctance to sell Boniface and aiming to retain him for another season, they have established a minimum fee of €55 million for initial negotiations.

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Boniface, who recently joined Leverkusen from Union-Saint Gilloise in Belgium, has impressed in his debut season with 10 goals and seven assists in 16 games. However, an abductor injury sidelined him since January, with his return to training occurring just this week.

Amidst previous links to Arsenal during the January transfer window and with manager Mikel Arteta reportedly seeking a high-profile striker in the upcoming summer, speculation is rife that the Gunners could be the aforementioned mystery club.

The situation seems uncertain for Arsenal’s Eddie Nketiah, who has seen limited game time recently and hasn’t started a match for Arsenal in 2024. Journalist Florian Plettenberg has disclosed that an ‘unknown’ English side has made an approach for Boniface, emphasizing his considerable appeal in the English market.

Plettenberg shared an update on the situation, noting the interest in Boniface from English clubs and revealing a concrete verbal inquiry from an undisclosed Premier League club. Leverkusen, however, remains firm on their stance regarding Boniface’s availability, indicating that any potential negotiations would have to surpass the €55 million mark.

While Arsenal’s interest in Boniface remains speculative, it’s plausible given their pursuit of reinforcements in the striking department.

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