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Ashley Maitland - Niles ready to quit Arsenal this summer
Arsenal youngster Ashley Maitland - Niles is reportedly ready to quit the North London club this summer, as he seeks for first team football ahead of next season.
The 22 year old England youth international came through the club's Hale End Academy to make his debut 2014 and has accumulated 96 appearances Under four different managers.
Niles played a full part in each of Arsenal's six Premier league games after Mikel Arteta was appointed in December, following the sacking of Unai Emery, and has featured in only four subsequent 12 top flight fixtures, all from the bench and has spent about 70 minutes on the pitch in total.
He has now decided to move on from the Emirates in the summer, due to his lack of first team action and feels he needs to move to another club, with report claiming few German clubs are interested in signing the player in the summer.
Niles has also recently complained about being played out of position, as he's being preferred as a right wing back for majority of the games he had played for the club, which is also a key reason why he wants to leave the North London club this summer.
Arsenal set to miss out on summer Target Thomas Partey
Arsenal summer Target Thomas Partey is said to be closer to signing a new improved deal at Atletico Madrid according to ESPN sports.
Ghanian newspaper Cities claims that Thomas Partey is close to agreeing a deal that would more than double his salary and increase his bargain €50million release clause to €100million
The Ghanian midfielder has been a key player for Diego Simeone's side in an impressive run since the restart of the LA Liga, with the Spanish club now Champions league place for next season already confirmed and Arsenal cant, which could have influenced his decision to stay on at the Spanish club.
Real Madrid want £22million for Arsenal Target Dani Ceballos
Arsenal will have to pay close to £22million to Real Madrid to permanently sign Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos according to reports in Spain.
Ceballos has been a key part of Mikel Arteta's squad since the restart of the Premier league and have been outstanding for the Gunners so far, with the North London club now ready to make his move at the Emirates permanent this summer.
The Spaniard was rumoured to have wanted to leave the Premier league club in January with Valencia and Real Betis said to be keen to bring the Spaniard back to his home town during the summer Transfer window.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid are willing to listen to offers for the midfielder with Ceballos not anywhere near Zidane's future plan at the club and have named their asking price of £22million for the midfielder this summer, which could be a steal for the gunners and will help them financially in the summer.
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