Good morning Arsenal fans
Arsenal hope Mohamed Elneny will sign a new deal with them, according to The Athletic.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are exploring the possibility of signing Manchester City star Raheem Sterling this summer, according to The Telegraph.
The report says Arteta would be “willing to make Sterling the focal point of the Gunners’ attack” next term.
Elsewhere, Arsenal are the frontrunners to sign Leicester central midfielder Youri Tielemans, according to Sky Bet.
The bookies have priced the Gunners at 2/1 to snap up the 25-year-old Belgium star.
Manchester United are next in the running at 4/1, with title chasing duo Manchester City and Liverpool both quoted at 7/1.
Tielemans has a year left on his Foxes deal and that could see him sold this summer rather than departing on a free next year.
In other news, Arsenal are reportedly closing in on the signing of Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus in what promises to be a busy summer at the Emirates.
It appears that the Gunners are stepping up their pursuit of Brazilian centre-forward Jesus.
The 25-year-old will be allowed to depart the Etihad to avoid losing him on a free transfer with his contract to expire in 2023.
Meanwhile, his game time under Pep Guardiola will be limited with City set to complete the signing of Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund.
And finally, Gunners transfer target Lautaro Martinez has no intention of leaving Inter Milan this summer.
That’s according to the Argentine’s agent, Alejandro Camano who claims his client is happy in Milan despite reports in the media linking him with a Prem move.
Camano said, via Football Italia: “Sometimes the media publishes stories about his possible transfer, but Lautaro is only focused on Inter, giving the fans joy and making them champions again, then he can start preparing for the World Cup with Argentina.
“We are not expecting or looking for a transfer. He is at Inter, he is happy, the city is wonderful. We are thinking only of Inter.”
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