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Arsenal transfer round-up.

Arsenal are planning a fresh offer for Joaquin Correa 

Arsenal are planning a fresh offer for Joaquin Correa that could include Lucas Torreira after seeing an opening £17m bid declined by Lazio, according to reports via the Mirror.

Gunners manager knows he needs to fix his squad after Arsenal finished eighth in the table and missed out on European qualification last season. Mirror.

It seems the London giants have formalized their business as the Mirror are now quoting a report from Il Messaggero that maintains Arsenal tabled an opening £17m bid for Correa but the offer has already been knocked back by Lazio.

However, the Italian outlet suggests that Arsenal are ready to go back in with a fresh offer that would include Torreira as part of a player-plus-cash swap deal in exchange for Correa’s signature.

Arsenal are said to be keen to sign Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin by the Telegraph.

Arsenal are on the quest for a new forward and Calvert-Lewin is now understood to be on Mikel Arteta’s side’s radar.

Of course, for Arsenal to afford any transfer they would probably have to raise notable funds from player sales this summer.

Jamie Carragher went as far as to assert on TalkSPORT that he now considers Calvert-Lewin to be the third best striker in the Premier League.

Calvert-Lewin’s aerial intelligence would offer Arsenal a new threat up-front.

But The Sun say that Everton value the forward at around £50 million, which would make him a very expensive purchase for the Gunners.

Arsenal set asking price for Matteo Guendouzi with Benfica keen to sign the midfielder this summer

Arsenal are charging a fee of £17m for Matteo Guendouzi with Benfica keen to sign the French midfielder this summer.

Guendouzi spent last season out on loan with Hertha Berlin after being frozen out of the Arsenal team by Mikel Arteta following football’s restart in June 2020.

Arsenal have reportedly declined an offer from Marseille for the former Lorient starlet and according to Portugal’s Renascença, the Gunners want €20m (£17m) for the midfielder.

Arsenal’s second bid for Ben White delayed.

Charlie Watts latest report Watts indicates that the transfer of the Brighton and England defender Ben White, who is currently with Gareth Southgate’s team preparing for tonight’s game against the Czech Republic.

He says that his participation at the competition could cause a delay to finalizing a deal, but he assures Arsenal supporters to be patient as the Gunners are definitely trying hard to get the deal done.

Mikel Arteta seems very earnest about getting a formidable defensive set up ahead of the new season, and if he has made Ben White the last piece of the defensive jigsaw, then we should be feeling confident that the deal can be done.


Aaron Ramsey wants Premier League return but Arsenal face problem which may block transfer

Reports from Italy firmly hint that Wales midfielder Ramsey is set to be on the move this summer.

The 30-year-old has failed to recollect his best form during his time at Juventus and is thought to keen to return to the Premier League.

A move back to Arsenal has always seemed to be the most likely avenue for the former Gunner, who still has two years left to run on his deal in Turin.

However, Italian outlet Calciomercato claims that Arsenal are unlikely to be able to afford his wage demands of £6m a year.

Instead, Europa League-qualified West Ham or Crystal Palace are being closely linked with Ramsey as both have a long-standing interest in the player.

William Saliba is now considering his future at Arsenal as the club pursue Brighton and Hove Albion’s Ben White.

Saliba was clasped up for £27million in the summer of 2019 having shown huge encouragement at Saint-Etienne, with Arsenal feeling they had snapped up their defender of the future.

However, Saliba is yet to make a single appearance for Arsenal. He spent his first season back on loan at Saint-Etienne, was left out in the first half of last term and then joined Nice on loan.

It’s now pronounced that Saliba and his representatives are ‘assessing what is best’ for the Frenchman moving forward, which may well be to leave the Gunners.

The report adds that Arsenal may now sell Saliba having previously been fixed that he wouldn’t go, though yet another loan move remains a possibility.

Newcastle United want Saliba according to the Daily Mail, and the Magpies may have renewed optimism of a deal off the back of these reports.

Arsenal targeting a move for Manchester City stars,

Arsenal is audaciously targeting a move for Manchester City players, Raheem Sterling and Riyad Mahrez, according to Eurosport.

The Gunners want to refurbish their squad this summer after they finished last season outside the European places.

They aspire to make the top four at the end of next season and have plans to make some quality additions to the squad.

Signing the England captain would be expensive and the report says they are prepared to cash in on some of their players to make it happen.

Sterling and Mahrez have now appeared as targets for Arsenal with the Gunners looking to sign players that will instantly bring results.

The report adds that both players want to remain at the Manchester club and will hold talks with their current employers about their future.

If City emphasizes on selling them, Arsenal will likely face even more competition for their signature.

Arsenal star prepared to join interested club, looking for Gunners to cancel deal.

Arsenal defender Sead Kolasinac is pleased to join Fenerbahce and the Turkish titans are looking for him to end his contract in north London.

He has a potential option in Turkey and, according to Turkish daily Takvim, has told Fenerbahce he would be happy to join the club.

 The defender is ready to move to Fenerbahce and his agents are examining a possible switch to Istanbul.

The full-back, who has a year remaining on his deal with the Gunners, is looking to terminate his contract at Arsenal, which would make him a free agent.

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