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Arsenal are prepared to sanction the permanent departure of Matteo Guendouzi during the forthcoming transfer window. Guendouzi joined the Gunners from Lorient in the summer of 2018, and he made 82 appearances in his first two seasons. However, he was deemed surplus to requirements by manager Mikel Arteta last summer, and was loaned out to Hertha Berlin.
Arsenal anticipates another high-profile departure of a key midfielder during what promises to be a busy summer for Mikel Arteta's side, which will also be looking to strengthen their squad.Arsenal is expected to sell players who are no longer needed, with Matteo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, and Ainsley Maitland Niles among those expected to depart the Emirates.
Arsenal have been able to proceed to the semifinals of the Europa League, having won Slavia Prague during their last clash in a match that ended four goals to nil.However, the £75,000-a-week Arsenal Arsenal midfielder, has reportedly told the club he wants to exit the club in the summer, according to reports.
Premier league side Arsenal have reportedly made first transfer offer for their 23-year-old transfer target. The Gunners have already started pushing for new additions, as they look to start rebuilding the reputation of a club that has been on a constant decline. The Emirates Stadium side are looking to strengthen their midfield and has been looking at the possibility of signing Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma and Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge.
Arsenal is expecting another high-profile departure of a key midfielder in what promises to be a busy summer for Mikel Arteta's side, which will also be looking to add to their squad.The Gunners are expected to sell players who are surplus to requirements, with Matteo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, and Ainsley Maitland Niles among those who are expected to leave the Emirates.
According to rumors, Arsenal has begun negotiations to sign Wolves midfielder Ruben Neves. Mikel Arteta wants to improve his midfield in the summer, as Arsenal's options seem to be minimal. Dani Ceballos has returned to Real Madrid after two seasons on loan, and Lucas Torreira has confirmed that he intends to leave Arsenal permanently this summer.
Atlético Madrid who are currently sitting top of the La Liga standing table with 2 points above second played Real Madrid, are interested in signing Liverpool central midfielder, who is valued at the region of €38m.Report confirm that Atlético Madrid want to offload four of their midfielder come summer transfer window.
According to Play433.com, Arsenal will revamp their squad this summer by selling off average players while replacing them with super talented players.Arsenal could sell off the likes of Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi who have both failed to impress the club manager Mikel Arteta.Both players can fetch Arsenal £31m in the transfer market.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is set to remain at the Emirates Stadium next season as he has the backing of the club.The Spaniard has endured a challenging season as the Gunners are currently placed 9th in the Premier League and are looking likely to miss out on European football next season.
Bernd Leno top the list of players set to be shown the exit door at Arsenal.This follows a report by Football London, that the German Keeper alongside Hector Bellerin will lead a mass exodus of top players who have performed below-par in recent seasons.Also linked with an exit are Lucas Torreira, Matteo Guendouzi, Sead Kolasinac, and Ainsley Maintland-Niles.
Hector Bellerin: The 26-year old Spanish international is currently been linked with a move to Paris Saint Germain.He has made 235 appearances for Arsenal scoring 9 goals.Dani Ceballos: The 24-year old Spanish international who is currently on loan at Arsenal has not been impressive this season.
Do I blame Mikel Arteta for Arsenal's woes?No, not even one bit.We all know what coaches go through; but I’ll rather blame him for agreeing to become Arsenal's coach.The club's structure is by miles far worse than Man Utd's.
Following their exit from the Europa League, Arsenal has ramped up their transfer plans, according to Skysports, with the Gunners leading a slew of other Premier League clubs in their pursuit of midfielder Sander Berge.With a series of dominant midfield displays for Sheffield United, who were relegated to the Championship, the Norwegian midfielder has proved to be a wise signing for the Blades, who are fighting to retain one of their top performers.
It's normal for players that are not getting enough playing time in their current clubs to seek for transfer to another clubs where they will be having chance to play regularly, perhaps that is the reason why an Arsenal central midfielder is trying to force a move out of Arsenal after failing to convince Mikel Arteta.
In the summer transfer window, Arsenal and Everton are leading the game to sign Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge.The Norwegian missed most of the season due to a hamstring injury, but he is still valued by many Premier League clubs.According to Sky Sports News, Berge's release clause has reduced from £45m to £35m with the Blades' relegation from the top-flight.
The situation of Arsenal Star Player lucas Torreria seems to be Aggravating as the Player continues to ignore Arterta's warning.Torreria had previously stated his desire to leave the club few days ago but Arteta in an interview after that told him to stay calm and wait till the summer to make a decision.
Tottenham Could Compete With Arsenal in The Race to Sign Feyenoord Mifielder Orkun Kokcu This Summer
Tottenham Hotspur could compete with Arsenal in the race to sign Feyenoord midfielder Orkun Kokcu this summer.The Gunners were hot in the pursuit of the 20-year-old last summer before he signed a new long-term contract.According to The Mail, the Gunners still hold an interest in the Turkey international, but could face competition from Spurs It is added that Spurs are making progress over a possible summer deal, and have already made contact with the player's agents.
Atletico Madrid have dropped point again tonight as they were held to a draw 1-1 against Real Betis in the opponent home.Diego Simeone's men are now going from good to worse and created more potholes for Barcelona and Real Madrid on the La Liga Table.The game saw Joao Felix lost out to Injury as he was subbed off in second half.
The English Premier league side, Tottenham Hotspur could compete with Arsenal in the race to secure the signature of Feyenoord midfielder, Orkun Kokcu this summer.The Mikel Arleta's side were hot in the pursuit of the 20-year-old last summer before he signed a new long-term deal.