Arsenal are interested in signing up a number of players to fill up some spaces in their playing squad. So far, the Gunners have been linked with moves for players like Ben White, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Eduardo Camavinga, Houssem Aouar, James Maddison, Andre Onana, and Alexander Isak.
Arsenal have also wrapped up a deal for Benfica left back Nuno Tavares and the defender is currently in London undergoing his self isolation period in accordance with the Covid 19 rules in the UK. The Gunners have also announced that they have loaned French midfielder Matteo Guendouzi to Olympic Marseille for next season.
Reports have emerged that Arsenal are also in negotiations with Olympic Marseille for the loan of William Saliba and during negotiations Marseille asked for a purchase option to be included into the deal for 15 million euros. The Gunners are said to have rejected the offer immediately, but latest reports from (Idris Kasmi) have confirmed that the Gunners have named how much they want.
In a tweet, the journalist said" Saliba still wanted by Marseille despite negotiations taking a little bit longer. Marseille adamant they want to include a 15 million euros purchase option, but Arsenal will only agree if it's 30 million euros or he returns next summer to Arsenal". This means if Marseille are willing to pay 30 million euros, then the Gunners will sell the defender to them.
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