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Van de Beek Denied Gunners Transfer, Spurs scramble Sosa, Icardi-Aubameyang swap denied

Good morning Arsenal fans

The Gunners are battling Premier League rivals for Borna Sosa and Christopher Nkunku.

Stuttgart left-back Sosa has also been linked with Tottenham and Chelsea.

Meanwhile, Spurs as well as Manchester United are rated as the leaders for RB Leipzig attacking midfielder Christopher Nkunku.

However, Arsenal are said to be in an extremely important position for AC Milan striker Rafael Leao.

It is reported that the Gunners are keeping an eye on the widower after main target Dusan Vlahovic joined Juventus.

However, Arsenal face growing competition if they pursue their interest in Southampton darling Armando Broja.

Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are also interested in the Chelsea striker.

The 20-year-old Albanian star is enjoying a brilliant season with the Saints.

And ahead of Saturday’s Premier League home clash with Brentford, manager Mikel Arteta has been praised for his tackle on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Arsenal moved the record-earning player to Barcelona on transfer deadline after disqualifying him for disciplinary reasons.

And former Newcastle manager Sam Allardyce said: “He’s dealt with that brilliantly, because it shows the rest of the team that there’s a certain level of expectation when it comes to it. discipline, and if you don’t adhere to that, you’re gone.”

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