The Euro 2020 tournament has ended officially with Italy beating England in the final at Wembley stadium to lift the prestigious trophy. Now that the tournament has ended, players are expected to either be on holiday or back at their clubs, so the transfer window is expected to move very fast as the new season is approaching.
Arsenal have already announced the signing of Nuno Tavares from Benfica for a fee in the region of 8 million pounds, and are close to confirming the transfer of midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga from Belgium club Anderlecht in a deal worth about 17 million pounds. The Gunners are also interested in signing players like Ben White, Houssem Aouar, James Maddison, Andre Onana, Renato Sanches, and Alexander Isak.
The Gunners have also announced exit for players like Daniel Oyegoke, Ballard, Ben Sheaf and Matteo Guendouzi and now latest reports have emerged that Arsenal are in advanced talks to sell star defender Hector Bellerin.
Sports journalist (Goonertalk), the Spanish defender is interested in moving away from Arsenal and Inter Milan are the favourites for his signature. Inter Milan have stepped up negotiations for the Spanish defender and are now in advanced talks to sign him.
Hector Bellerin is one of the most senior players in the Arsenal squad and he will be a major loss in the dressing room if he departs the club. But Arsenal need to make changes to the squad and they will always try to upgrade their options in positions needed.
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