Arsenal ‘make contact’ for Jarrod Bowen, Milinkovic-Savic interest, Gunners ‘enter Raphinha race’ – transfer updates

ARSENAL have reportedly reached out to West Ham to enquire about signing their star player Jarrod Bowen.

Meanwhile, Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is on Arsenal’s radar, with a price of £45million being mooted, according to reports.

The Gunners are also said to have entered the race to sign Raphinha from Leeds, according to reports.

Meanwhile, Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Arsenal have completed the signing of Sao Paulo winger Marquinhos.

Arsenal have also received a major boost in their pursuit of Gabriel Jesus this summer.

Manchester City’s initial asking price was a reported £55 million, but the Premier League winners have lowered their asking price to £45m.

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  • Asensio transfer race heats up

    Arsenal have reportedly joined rivals Tottenham in the transfer chase for Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio.

    Tottenham and AC Milan have allegedly already been offered the player.

    Now Arsenal are also in the mix to sign him, according to the Daily Mirror.

    This latest report claims that the Gunners have “contacted Asensio’s representatives to seek answers” about his and Real’s demands.

  • Dybala edges closer to Inter move

    Paolo Dybala is on the verge of joining Inter Milan, according to reports.

    The ex-Juventus striker has nearly agreed terms with Inter, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

    And he will meet with representatives from the club imminently to discuss terms, the report adds.

  • Arteta’s frustration over transfers

    Mikel Arteta is reportedly “frustrated by Arsenal’s transfer indecision” as he fears missing out on Gabriel Jesus.

    The Gunners are insisting that all major transactions are approved by their American ownership.

    And the boss believes that could cost them the chance of securing Manchester City’s Brazilian striker.

  • Good morning Arsenal fans

    The Gunners have reportedly opened negotiations with the representative of Jarrod Bowen, according to reports.
    The Beautiful Game podcast claims Arsenal have made contact regarding the signing of the West Ham forward – who was in sublime form for the Hammers this season.
    Bowen earned himself an England call up following a brilliant campaign where he scored 18 goals and made 13 assists in all competitions.
    The report says that Bowen’s name is on a list of attacking targets that also includes Leeds star Raphina.
    Fulham are reportedly in talks to sign Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno.
    The Cottagers are exploring a number of options, but Leno is the preferred target, according to The Athletic.
    And they may be in luck as Leno wants to remain in London, the report adds.
    But Fulham are yet to place a bid for the keeper, it was also stated.
    Arsenal are reportedly interested in a £42million deal for Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
    Corriere dello Sport claims the midfielder has emerged as a target for Mikel Arteta, who wants a new No8 this summer.

  • Asensio monitored

    Arsenal are keeping a close eye on Marco Asensio’s contract situation at Real Madrid, according to reports.

    The Gunners are one of several clubs who have been alerted to the midfielder – whose contract expires in 12 months.

    Los Blancos have offered him a contract extension, however he has so far refused to sign a new deal.

    There is a belief at the Bernabeu that he could exit for free, so would want to cash in instead.

  • Arsenal lose out on wonderkid

    The Gunners have missed out on a top South American talent, if reports are to be believed.

    Paraguayan wonderkid Julio Enciso is now flying to England to sign for a Premier League club, just months after Arsenal scouts were watching him.

    However, it appears the forward is heading for Brighton in an £8million deal, say Sky Sports.

    The 18-year-old scored 11 goals in 17 games for his club Libertad last season.

  • Bent backs Jesus for Gunners

    Darren Bent has backed Gabriel Jesus to thrive at Arsenal, if he signs for the Gunners.

    “I’d like to see him (Jesus) go to Arsenal. I think he’d be brilliant,” the talkSPORT host said.

    “He’s not got a point to prove but I think he needs regular football and I think he’s more than good enough to score the goals to help Arsenal get back to where they’d like to get to. So I think that would be a really good addition to the squad.”

  • Depay for sale

    Barcelona want to sell Arsenal target Memphis Depay, according to a report.

    Spanish outlet Sport say that the Catalans are willing to part with the Dutchman to raise funds for other signings.

    The Gunners are in desperate need of firepower, after losing Alexandre Lacazette.

    And Depay could add much experience to their forward-line.

  • Xhaka targeted by Bundesliga giants

    Bayer Leverkusen are reportedly eyeing up a move for Granit Xhaka.

    The Daily Mirror claim that the Swiss midfielder has emerged as a target for the Bundesliga giants, as they prepare for a Champions League campaign next season.

    And they have been buoyed in their chase by the fact the Gunners want to bring another midfielder in – ith Youri Tielemans linked to the Emirates.

    Roma were also interested in Xhaka in the past – with Jose Mourinho a fan.

  • Arteta frustration

    Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is growing frustrated by the club’s indecision in the transfer market, according to a report

    The Daily Mail also claim a deal for top transfer target Gabriel Jesus is nowhere near.

    The story says the Gunners are reluctant to meet his £50million transfer fee.

    While talks over personal terms also haven’t been discussed.

  • Milinkovic-Savic a shock target

    Arsenal are reportedly interested in a £42million deal for Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

    Corriere dello Sport claims the midfielder has emerged as a target for Mikel Arteta, who wants a new No8 this summer.

    Leicester’s Youri Tielemans is thought to be the Gunners boss’ preferred option.

    But it’s reckoned that Granit Xhaka is once again attracting interest from Jose Mourinho’s Roma.

    And Arsenal may end up needing two new top midfielders.

    Milinkovic-Savic has scored 58 goals in 294 games for Lazio, having joined from Genk in 2015.

  • Arsenal target Bowen

    The Gunners have reportedly opened negotiations with the representative of Jarrod Bowen, according to reports.

    The Beautiful Game podcast claims Arsenal have made contact regarding the signing of the West Ham forward – who was in sublime form for the Hammers this season.

    Bowen earned himself an England call up following a brilliant campaign where he scored 18 goals and made 13 assists in all competitions.

    The report says that Bowen’s name is on a list of attacking targets that also includes Leeds star Raphina.

  • Fulham in Leno talks

    Fulham are reportedly in talks to sign Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno.

    The Cottagers are exploring a number of options, but Leno is the preferred target, according to The Athletic.

    And they may be in luck as Leno wants to remain in London, the report adds.

    But Fulham are yet to place a bid for the keeper, it was also stated.

  • Nketiah edging closer to Arsenal deal

    Eddie Nketiah is edging closer to signing a new deal with Arsenal.

    That’s according to transfer specialist Charles Watts.

    He said on his YouTube channel: “But even yesterday I was talking to someone at the club and…the signs are that they’re going pretty well.

    “And they do think Eddie Nketiah will commit his future to the Arsenal.”

  • Forest ‘plot Maitland-Niles transfer’

    Nottingham Forest are considering a swoop for Arsenal star Ainsley Maitland-Niles.

    The Mirror states that newly-promoted Nottingham Forest are plotting a swoop.

    This fresh report states that they have already contacted Arsenal with regards to a possible transfer.

    Maitland-Niles only has 12 months remaining on his Gunners contract and, after being deemed surplus to requirements by Mikel Arteta, they will likely be keen to cash in rather than lose him for nothing next year.

  • Suspect arrested for Willian threats

    Police in Brazil have arrested a man after former Arsenal and Chelsea star Willian was sent chilling death threats.

    Willian received heinous messages threatening him with bullets and knives online.

    This caused the Corinthians winger to get the police involved as he feared his wife and two young daughters would also be targeted, the Mirror reported.

    And now the Barra Funda Strategic Special Operations division have revealed they’ve detained a 21-year-old man.

    The perpetrator will be charged for the offence despite claiming he never expected the threats to be taken seriously, the report added.

  • Arsenal given transfer tip

    Arsenal have been urged to make a swoop for Manchester United target Christopher Nkunku by Darren Bent.

    Bent told talkSPORT: “And Christopher Nkunku. [He would cost] a lot. There’s talk about him going back to Paris Saint-Germain.

    ‘”But I’d love him. I think he fits the bill, he can play centre-forward, he can play off the left, he can play off the right.”

  • City want to keep Jesus

    Man City want Gabriel Jesus to pen a new contract, according to reports.

    According to 90min, Pep Guardiola’s side feel that they have offered Jesus a “very good deal” in a bid to entice him to stay.

    Guardiola values the forward highly, having started him in both legs of City’s Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid.

  • Why Jesus should join Chelsea

    Gabriel Jesus should move to Chelsea as he’ll be supported by rookies Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith-Rowe at Arsenal.

    That’s according to Stan Collymore who also questioned whether the Gunners duo will be at the club in two year’s time.

    He said to the Mirror: “At Arsenal, with the support cast they have, which is still two rookies in Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka — and we don’t know for sure that they will still be wearing Gunners shirts in two years’ time, with Saka being linked with Liverpool and City.

    “If I was Jesus I would be thinking of myself in the blue shirt at Stamford Bridge.”

  • Jesus tipped for Chelsea transfer

    Gabriel Jesus could fill the void at Chelsea left by Romelu Lukaku who is tipped to leave the Blues this summer.

    That’s the opinion of Stan Collymore who reckons Jesus can provide the goals Lukaku failed to at Stamford Bridge.

    Collymore told The Mirror: “But if he goes to Chelsea he could be the player Romelu Lukaku was promised to be but wasn’t.

    “At Chelsea, they create loads of chances, they will stick the ball in the box and Jesus can be the fox in the box I’ve so often said they need.

    “If Jesus just concentrated on doing some really good work in the box, he could be that man.”

  • Arteta’s managerial ability worries

    Mikel Arteta may be unable to extract the best out of Jesus if he moves to Arsenal.

    That’s the view of Stan Collymore who told The Mirror: “But let’s say Arsenal get him, my general worry and concern about Arsenal, as ever, is could we trust Mikel Arteta to get the best out of Jesus?

    “Could he be the manager who makes him fulfill his potential, if Pep Guardiola couldn’t? I don’t think so.”

  • Chelsea interest in Gabriel Jesus

    Arsenal may have to fend off interest from Chelsea to sign Gabriel Jesus from Man City.

    That’s the view of Stan Collymore who reckons the Blues could enter the race for the Brazilian.

    Collymore told the Mirror: “I don’t think anyone can say Jesus has filled the boots of Sergio Aguero but his goals-to-games ratio has been very good and, when he has been asked to step up, he has done.

    “There are rumours of Chelsea sniffing around as well and I don’t think Arsenal will be the only club in the race for him this summer.”

  • Trossard tipped for Brighton exit

    Leandro Trossard has been tipped to leave Brighton for a bigger club this summer by Paul Merson.

    Merson said to Sportskeeda: “With the talent Trossard’s got, it wouldn’t surprise me if he played a role for the national team at the 2022 FIFA World Cup, so teams interested in him should probably look to snap him up this summer before his value soares.

    “There are a couple of other players I could have picked from Brighton because they are a really good football-playing side, but I just like the way Trossard plays and have always felt that he’s a bit underrated.

    “No disrespect to Brighton, but he can go higher and easily turn out for one of the top teams in the Premier League.”

  • Arteta’s anger with board

    Mikel Arteta is reportedly becoming frustrated by Arsenal’s dithering in the transfer market.

    The Gunners are yet to land anybody from their extensive list of transfer targets that includes Man City striker Gabriel Jesus.

    And this has incensed Arteta who isn’t happy that all deals have to be stamped by club owners Josh or Stan Kroenke, according to the Daily Mail.

    Arteta fears this lengthy process could impede Arsenal’s hopes of signing Jesus and other targets, the report adds.

  • Arsenal chase Sergej Milinkovic-Savic

    Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is the latest midfielder reportedly on Arsenal’s wishlist.

    The Gunners are considering tabling a £42million to sign the Serbian international, according to Corriere dello Sport.

    And the North Londoners are willing to increase the offer to entice Lazio into selling him, the report adds.

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