Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is currently focus on rebuilding the the Blues ahead of next season campaign campaign, as he's eager to challenge for the Premier league tittle.
The 38-years-old Spaniard who took over the north London club job back in December, is eager to bring back Glory to his former club and also write his name as one of the best manager after Sir Alex Ferguson.
Meanwhile, the north London club who surprise the world last night by beating Manchester city, has been monitoring the current situation of Portuguese U-23 midfielder Joelson Fernandes, as a player that will fit into his philosophy at the London club.
The 17-years-old Portuguese midfielder who started his career with the Sporting CP club, play mainly as a left-winger but he can also be seen in action from the left-midfield side or a second striker in some occasions.
No doubt, the star will definitely improve the attacking force of the team and also serve as a long-term investment for the London club.
However, the north London club are reportedly set to splash €45m to activate the release clause of Sporting Lisbon winger Joelson Fernandes. The U-17 Portugal international has drawn regular comparisons with Cristiano Ronaldo has broken his record as the youngest footballer to ever represent the Liga NOS giants.
The 17-years-old promising star will definitely want to follow the footstep of Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandez who both left the Portuguese league to have their major break through at the Premier league.
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