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Latest rumors about the transfer of Arsenal: advanced talks for Dominik Szoboszlai, update by Adrien Rabiot

Mikel Arteta is preparing for his first summer transfer window in charge of Arsenal and is destined to be a great success in the Spaniard’s career.

Arteta actually inherited Unai Emery’s team after his compatriot was fired late last year.

There will be a major overhaul at the Gunners once this season draws to a close, with some of Arteta’s biggest names linked to a departure from the Emirates Stadium.

That said, here are the latest rumors about Arsenal’s transfer of the day.

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Gunners in advanced talks for Szoboszlai

Arsenal is in advanced talks with Red Bull Salzburg for their midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai, according to French journalist Manu Lonjon.

Szoboszlai was reportedly a target for the Gunners last summer and it looks like they will be entering for the 19 year old this summer.

The Salzburg midfielder has scored 10 goals this season for the Austrian team, as well as providing 16 assists in all competitions.

However, Arsenal could face tough competition for Szoboszlai, with AC Milan and Paris Saint-Germain also interested.

Juve’s boss talks about Rabiot’s future

Juventus technical coordinator Fabio Paratici believes that Adrien Rabiot will remain in the club despite connections to Arsenal, among others.

The Gunners reportedly expressed interest in the French midfielder and Manchester United.

Paratici told Sky Sports Italia: “Rabiot also arrived from PSG after six months of inactivity. He had to catch up with his physical condition.

“Having said that, he is a great player, someone who is very important for Juventus today and will be very important for the future.”

Drop Ajax Tip Tip

Ajax manager Erik Ten Hag has admitted that Nicolas Tagliafico can leave the club in the summer.

Tagliafico, who was a key player for the Dutch giants before the season was canceled, was linked with a move to Arsenal, as well as Chelsea and Leicester City.

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Ten Hags told Het Parool: “The transfer market will start in August. The best leagues are now played, so the cash flows are maintained. The market value of the players will be slightly depressed, but not much.

“Based on their performance and ambitions, some of our players also want to move abroad. Agreements have been made with Andre Onana, Donny van de Beek and Nicolas Tagliafico, but it must be clear whether the market is really opening up.

“For Onana and Van de Beek, another year at Ajax could definitely be an option, for Tagliafico, it is slightly different because of his age.

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