Carlos Vela has been incredible for Real Sociedad. Once the prolific goal scorer couldn’t find his way to the Arsenal team now sees himself as a potential striker for the North Londoners once again. Reports in Spain have suggested that Carlos Vela’s release clause has been activated by the Gunners who are ready to lure him away back to the Emirates again.
The Mexican left the Emirates Stadium in summer 2011 for €3m after struggling for opportunities under Arsene Wenger – with the Gunners including a €4m clause which allowed them to bring the player back to North London.
And according to Spanish newspaper VozPopuli, Arsenal have now activated a clause that will see the Mexican star returning to the Emirates Stadium this summer – unless Wenger opts to include him in another deal.
The great news for Arsenal in this is that one of the most reliable journalists Kike Marin has announced that Arsenal have completed the deal. According to the reports, Vela’s agent was recently in London discussing his client’s future with Arsenal officials, and even though the striker had said a number of times that he doesn’t want to come back to the Premier League it looks like he has changed his mind.