Arsenal News LIVE: Wilshere CALLS ON Gunners to sign Rice, £53k tickets, Arsene Wenger inducted into Hall of Fame – most recently

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Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger became the first manager ever to be inducted into the Premier League Hall of Fame, alongside Manchester United great Sir Alex Ferguson.

Wenger said: “I am very grateful to have been selected into the Premier League Hall of Fame.

“We’ve always wanted to offer the fans something special and when you have players who are capable of remarkable things, the most important thing for me is the commitment to perfection.

“I want to be known as someone who loved Arsenal, respected the club’s values ​​and left them in a position where they can grow and become even greater.”

Meanwhile, Arsenal are looking for five forwards ahead of the summer transfer window, including two England internationals and ‘the next Erling Haaland’.

According to the Evening Standard, Juventus star Dusan Vlahovic is back on manager Mikel Arteta’s transfer list.

Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Roma’s Tammy Abraham both “fit in the mold” of what Arteta is looking for at the Emirates.

Napoli superstar Victor Osimhen is also there, and the fifth is the man many are comparing to Manchester City’s talisman Haaland – and that’s Atalanta’s 6-foot-3-in ace Rasmus Hojlund.

And Arsenal are growing more confident of winning the race to land West Ham star Declan Rice this summer.

Rice is also attracting interest from the Gunners’ Premier League rivals Chelsea and United.

The North Londoners are confident of winning the bidding war for the midfielder, according to the Evening Standard.

The 24-year-old is considered the ideal takeover and fits into Arteta’s recruitment model.

Finally, Celta Vigo star Gabri Veiga is dreaming of joining Arsenal ahead of the summer transfer window.

A host of other Premier League sides such as United, City and Newcastle are all interested in Veiga.

According to Faro de Vigo, Napoli are “ready to activate the playmaker’s £35.2million release clause at the end of the season”.

But it seems the Spain Under-21 international has no desire to move to Serie A – instead, the publication says he wants to “fulfill his dream of signing for Arsenal”.

The Gunners are the 20-year-old’s ‘favourite team’ and both he and his representatives appreciate the club’s commitment to youth and the sporting project led by Arteta. Arsenal News LIVE: Wilshere CALLS ON Gunners to sign Rice, £53k tickets, Arsene Wenger inducted into Hall of Fame – most recently


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