Lautaro Martinez BLOW, Gnabry’s stunning return, Juventus interested in signing Lacazette

Player ELEVEN on Gunners’ favorites list

Arsenal are said to have 11 players on their transfer list – with two new strikers at the top.

The Gunners are also keen to sign a midfielder and could sign a right-back, a left-back and a winger, depending on the available budget.

Qualifying for the Champions League would give Mikel Arteta and Edu more money to play with and could allow them to add to the squad depth.

After missing out on Dusan Vlahovic in January after he signed for Juventus, Arsenal can focus their attention on two other strikers.

Both Alexander Isak and Dominic Calvert-Lewin were interested by Arsenal in January but their clubs refused to let them go. But The Gunners could return to them according to The Evening Standard, which also reports that Arsenal are interested in strikers Jonathan David and Darwin Nunez.

Striker Armando Broja, who enjoyed a successful season on loan from Chelsea this season at Southampton, is another backup target. Edu is said to be after having two strikers on that five-man list and once those deals are complete he can start making approaches for a midfielder.

Leicester star Youri Tielemans has caught the eye but he is also wanted by Manchester United, so Villa’s Douglas Luiz could be back on the radar after being linked with a move to the Emirates in January.

Wolves’ Ruben Neves could also be the subject of a transfer war between Arsenal and United although Barcelona are looking to lure him to Spain.

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