Gnabry wants back, Gunners interested in Broja and £32m Douglas Luiz transfer

Hello Gunners fans

Arsenal are said to be eyeing a shock move in the summer to sign Chelsea striker Armando Broja following his dazzling display on loan at Southampton.

It is reported that the Saints are planning to put up a club-record £25m bid at the end of the season.

But according to Football.London, the South Coast side face competition from the Gunners in the race for his services.

They say Mikel Arteta’s side are monitoring his progress at St Mary’s before a possible transfer.

Meanwhile, Juventus are said to be planning to win Arsenal’s transfer pursuit rights to successfully sign Wolves’ Ruben Neves.

The Gunners have been linked with a summer move for the midfield conductor.

However, according to Fichajes, Juve also wants to recruit Neves.

In other reports, high-pressure Roma manager Jose Mourinho is said to be watching a raid on Arsenal as he faces a player exodus in the Italian capital.

A new report in Gazzetta dello Sport now claims that Mourinho is plotting to invest £83m in his squad to help replace players who are about to leave the club.

Topping the list is Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka, a long-time target of Mourinho’s when he was linked with a move to Roma last summer.

And finally, Lyon is said to be preparing a lucrative offer to sign Alexandre Lacazette, according to ESPN.

The Ligue 1 outfit will do ‘everything possible’ to make the move happen.

That would include a ‘big salary package, signing fees and bonuses’ to lure Lacazette back to the club on a free transfer. Gnabry wants back, Gunners interested in Broja and £32m Douglas Luiz transfer


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