Arsenal could be set to secure the signatures of more additions before the summer transfer market closes on Tuesday. Several footballers have been linked with a transfer to the Emirates stadium as the Gunners looks to bolster their squad further following a disastrous start to the campaign. Others could be on their way out of the club. Arsenal are reportedly showing interest in securing the signing of Olympique Lyon’s attacker Houssem Aouar and Brighton and Hove Albion’s ace Yves Bissouma, while Luka Jovic could exit Real Madrid on loan this summer, according to the latest report from Spanish outlet Sport.
Here is how the Gunners could line up:
Goalkeeper – Leno
Defence – Chambers, White, Gabriel, Tierney
Midfield – Xhaka, Bissouma; Aouar, Odegaard, Smith-Rowe
Attack – Jovic.
Juventus interested in Miralem Pjanic and Axel Witsel
Juventus are looking to secure the signature of a new midfielder with Miralem Pjanic and Axel Witsel both on their list, according to the latest report from Fabrizio Romano.
Torino interested in Dennis Praet and Ozan Kabak
The Italian Serie A side Torino have made a proposal to Leicester City for Dennis Praet loan with buy option for €15million, negotiations ongoing to complete the agreement. Torino are also in discussions with Schalke 04 to sign Ozan Kabak but no agreement yet, according to the latest report from Fabrizio Romano.
Teun Koopmeiners to join Atalanta
AZ Alkmaar midfielder Teun Koopmeiners has confirmed he is leaving the club and will join the Italian Serie A side Atalanta. The midfielder is set to join for €12million plus add-ons.
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