Arsenal transfer rumors: exchange agreement offered by the Gunners in the Aouar match, greater thrust for Gabriel

Arsenal have endured a tough 2019/20 campaign, but the hope is that they can improve considerably during the next campaign.

The Gunners may have won the FA Cup but finished eighth in the Premier League in what ultimately was a disappointing season, which started with Unai Emery and ended with Mikel Arteta.

Recruiting is clearly needed after that poor performance and this has led to a lot of transfer speculation so far during the summer window. This is the time of year when the voice mill goes into overdrive.

Here is the latest summary of the transfers to Arsenal.

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Exchange the offer to get Aouar

Lyon have yet to respond to Arsenal’s bid for Houssem Aouar, for report.

The French club is expected to sell the 22-year-old midfielder this summer.

But only Arsenal have so far formally contacted, with reports stating that Ligue 1 has not yet responded to the Gunners.

This offer was Matteo Guendouzi more money for the director. The player is also interested in Juventus.

Gabriel update

Arsenal are said to be “closer than ever” to Gabriel’s takeover from Lille as the French club intends to make a decision shortly.

The Gunners have agreed on a £ 22m figure for the defender but face stiff competition from Naples and Everton, who have also reportedly agreed on offers.

But Arsenal would be very close to an agreement, which could come in the “next hours”. This is according to the French publication L’Equipe, for Sport Witness.

“I think he narrowed it down,” Lille president Gerard Lopez also told talkSPORT. “I think it’s fair to say that Arsenal are of great interest to him, Napoli are of great interest to him.

Sanson at Arsenal link

Morgan Sanson has been linked with a transfer to Arsenal during the summer transfer window.

The Marseille midfielder is a target of the Gunners, according to the French press.

The report further states that Sanson is interested in a relocation to the Emirates.




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