Arsenal Manager Mikel Arteta is optimistic that the club can bring in new signing in the summer transfer window after a disastrous Premier league campaign that saw them finished 8th position.
Meanwhile, Arsenal Midfielder Granit Xhaka will sign for AS Roma this summer for £16m. With Xhaka closing to move to Roma, Edu has made his move to scout for Xhaka's replacement.
Reports coming in from Italy suggests that the Gunners have opened discussion with Udinese about the possibility of signing Rodrigo De Paul.
According to Italian Journalist Ekrem Konur, as cited by Football.London.com, hinted that Arsenal Technical Director Edu has opened negotiation with Udinese about signing Rodrigo De Paul who provided 10 assist and scored 9 goals for Udinese this season. The 27-year-old Argentina International who became Udinese's club captain in 2020 has a transfer market value of €38million.
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