GOOD MORNING ARSENAL FANS
Arsenal are close to signing Anderlecht ace Albert Sambi Lokonga.
That is according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, who claims the final details will be sorted soon.
Negotiations are at a final stage, which means that a medical has not been scheduled yet.
Meanwhile, Brighton have rubbished reports suggesting that the Gunners have reached an agreement to land Ben White.
That is according to The Argus, who claim that a well-placed source within the Seagulls labelled these claims as ‘absolute rubbish’.
The same source claims the club is not giving up hope of holding on to White, who has been an integral part of Graham Potter’s defence.
The north Londoners are determined to sign a top centre-back ahead of the coming season and had two offers rejected for the England international.
And Arsenal have found themselves in a bidding war with Chelsea and Manchester United over Rennes star Eduardo Camavinga.
The Ligue 1 side are expected to cash in on Camavinga as his deal expires next year.
The Red Devils and Gunners are understood to be eyeing up an offer for the young midfielder, with Romano claiming he could be available for as little as £26million.
Manager Mikel Arteta is determined to sign a top midfielder to partner up with Thomas Partey in the middle of the park.
But according to Get French Football News, the France international’s priority is to join Paris Saint-Germain, although the French giants are yet to make a formal bid.
They also state that Blues boss Thomas Tuchel is pushing for a move, with the west Londoners in talks with Camavinga’s agent Jonathan Barnett.
Finally, Arsenal are keeping tabs on former Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos.
That is according to Goal, who claim the Gunners are weighing up a potential swoop for Ramos, who is now a free agent.
The Real legend appears close to joining PSG but he is still open to the prospect of moving to the Premier League.
United and Chelsea have also expressed an interest for the star centre-back
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