Arsenal is reportedly planning a summer transfer move to secure the services of a 26-year-old Premier League attacking midfielder Raheem Sterling, who plays for Manchester City come January, according to reports.
Arsenal wanted to add some strength to their attack in the last summer transfer window and was heavily linked with a move with several attackers, of which Raheem Sterling was one among them, but a deal to bring the 26-year-old Premier League striker to the Emirates Stadium from Etihad Stadium failed to materialize.
The North London club was able to sign Martin Odeegard from Real Madrid in the last summer transfer window to their squad, but still look interested in creating a formidable team that will be able to help them to qualify for a European competition come next season.
Raheem Sterling has been surrounded with transfer speculations linking him with a move out of Manchester City, but Arsenal is likely to face stiff competition from Liverpool and Barcelona to sign the England international.
Sterling has been able to feature in 7 Premier League games and found the back of the net just once this season.
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