Report: Sami Khedira agrees to join Arsenal on four-year contract

Sami Khedira in action for Germany against Italy on November 15, 2013.
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Real Madrid reportedly agree the sale of Sami Khedira to Arsenal, with the German World Cup winner expected to sign a four-year contract at the Emirates.

World Cup winner Sami Khedira is reportedly edging closer to a move to Arsenal from Real Madrid.

The midfielder, who earned a World Cup winners' medal following Germany's 1-0 victory over Argentina last night, has been heavily linked to the North London outfit.

Reports emerged last week claiming that Arsenal could fail to land the 27-year-old due to wage demands, sparking Chelsea's interest.

However, according to Spanish newspaper Sport, Madrid have agreed a deal with Arsenal for the sale of Khedira, who is expected to sign a four-year contract at the Emirates.

Reports have claimed that the German's desire to leave the Bernabeu stemmed from a feeling of being undervalued by the Spanish giants.

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