Gabriel Jesus ‘agrees Arsenal deal’, Saliba wants to STAY, Bellerin wanted by Jose Mourinho’s Roma

Morning Arsenal fans

Arsenal have reportedly joined the bidding war for Sassuolo star Gianluca Scamacca.

That’s according to Calciomercato, who are reporting the Gunners have made a £30m bid for Scamacca.

However, the north Londoners face stiff competition from Inter Milan, who have had an informal deal with the striker for some time.

Arsenal target Yves Bissouma has dropped a hint that he would like to sign for Arsenal.

The Brighton midfielder shared an Instagram clip of him in action during the Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Congo earlier this week, posted by a fan.

“For me, I think he [Bissouma] and [Youri] Tielemans should be our priority in midfield, we must get Yves Bissouma at all costs @arsenal,” read the original uploader’s caption.

Kieran Tierney’s potential Arsenal comeback has been set for July 8.

SunSport understand the Scotland left-back, who has been out since knee surgery in April, is making great progress with his rehabilitation.

And KT is on track for a return to training by the end of this month.

Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is believed to be taking his side to Germany for a friendly against second division side FC Nuremberg at the Max Morlock Stadium.

And he hopes Tierney can play his first game since March 29, when he played for Steve Clarke’s Scots in a 2-2 draw in Austria.

https://www.the-sun.com/sport/5382966/arsenal-transfer-news-live-gabriel-jesus-saliba-bellerin/ Gabriel Jesus ‘agrees Arsenal deal’, Saliba wants to STAY, Bellerin wanted by Jose Mourinho’s Roma

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