According to Just Arsenal via Todo Transfers, Arsenal have been asked to pay € 40m to secure Hirving Lozano's services. The Gunners are keen to step up their attack next summer and keep an eye on the Mexican. But she wants to leave the club next year. The Serie A team has no intention of keeping a player who wants to leave.
Napoli is ready to fire the 26-year-old and has set a starting price of € 40m for Lozano. The Gunners were fairly active in the summer transfer window, but still light in the attack department. impress in the last third of this season. Arteta believes the addition of Lozano could add an extra edge to his attack.
The Mexican could represent an improvement on Arsenal's current options on the wings.Lozano has 23 goals in 94 games for Napoli and could make a fresh attack at Emirates next year. The Premier League team has spent a lot this summer but they need reinforcements if they want to get back to their peak. As an option, he could explore Lozano next year.
Renato Sanches has indicated he is ready to join Arsenal. The Gunners are one of the clubs vying for his signature. Mikel Arteta wants to strengthen his midfield next year and has identified the Portuguese as a target. Speaking to L'Equipe, which airs on Just Arsenal, Sanches said he was ready for a new challenge.
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