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Arsenal makes it clear on its next four transfers as Jamie Carragher praises Gunner’s target.

Despite a lot of transfer speculations rocking the Gunner’s team, Arsenal makes it clear on its next four transfer targets.

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta is determined to strengthen four areas within his first-team Arsenal squad as a priority this summer according to reports by football. london.

And now Arsenal are expected to have a busy summer of transfer activity – both in terms of new arrivals and departures at the Emirates Stadium this summer. The Gunners will be attempting to bridge the gap on the clubs riding high at the top-end of the Premier League table.

Arsenal, who are set to travel to the Czech Republic to face Slavia Prague in the second-leg of their UEFA Europa League quarter-final game, are keen on adding a new left-back and a central attacking-midfielder to their team.

It is however reported that Mikel Arteta’s team would preferably like to bolster the latter of those two positions by retaining the services of Real Madrid loanee Martin Odegaard.

Despite the desire to strengthen those two areas of the team, Arsenal reportedly wants to add a new goalkeeper and a new right-back to their ranks.


While the team’s right-back Hector Bellerin could be allowed to leave the club this summer if the price is right, Arsenal will be looking for a replacement, despite Cedric Soares currently being on the club’s books.

Carragher heaps praise on Gunners transfer target.
The Sky Sports pundit and former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has praised the Brighton and Arsenal transfer target Yves Bissouma.

Bissouma delivered a first-class performance during the Brighton barren draw against Everton on Monday evening, prompting Carragher to anticipate a large-scale bidding war in an attempt to secure his services this summer.

Carragher said:
“The biggest talking point or bright spark from the game was the performance of Bissouma, who was the Man of the Match but not just the best player on the pitch, the best player by a mile on the pitch, he really was.

“You looked at him and he really does look like a top-quality player.
“He was excellent at Old Trafford [against Manchester United] for Brighton and he just looked head and shoulders above everyone on the pitch [versus Everton].
“He’s been someone a lot of teams have talked about or looked at. I don’t think teams will be looking at him, I think they will be bidding for him at the end of the season.”


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