Arsenal are looking to improve their squad in the ongoing transfer window. The Gunners finished in the 8th position in last season's Premier League standings and are looking to improve on that next season.
Players like Daniel Oyegoke, Ballard, Ben Sheaf and Matteo Guendouzi have already left the club either on loan or permanently while Arsenal have announced the signing of Nuno Tavares from Benfica and have almost completed the signing of Albert Sambi Lokonga from Anderlecht.
The Gunners have also been linked with moves for players like Ben White, Houssem Aouar, James Maddison, Andre Onana, Renato Sanches and Alexander Isak. Although it is not yet clear if Arsenal will be able to complete deals for all the players mentioned, it is very possible that one or two of them might be playing at the Emirates stadium next season.
According to latest reports from Wheddsta, Arsenal have rejected a first offer for their young striker Eddie Nketiah. The offer is reported to be around 12 million pounds from English club crystal palace, but Arsenal want up to 20 million pounds in guaranteed payments and 5 million pounds in add-ons.
Fellow young striker Folarin Balogun has already signed a new contract with the club and is part of the first team this season, so it is very possible that Arsenal would be looking to transfer Eddie Nketiah to raise some funds. The price Arsenal are requesting seems to be the only stumbling block for the completion of this deal. What do you think about this guys? Let us know your opinions in the comments section.
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