Arsenal have set their eyes on more signings these summer. Despite the acquisition of both Sambi Lokanga, Nuno and Ben White. Arteta still seeks a playmaker and possibly a good defensive midfielder.
Have found themselves been knocked out of the race. After their bid was rejected which they wanted the foxes. To choose either Nelson, Nkethia or Willock. As part of the deal with of course some cash.
But the same publication clarify that the offer was almost immediately rejected. And now to some interesting news to Gunner's fans. Despite Leicester City demanding a whooping £68m for Maddisson.
And now the Sun, states that Leicester City have set their eyes on Manchester United. Out of favor playmaker Jesse Lingard. Who happened to impress last season on loan to West Ham.
Ole Gunnar has been very clear on Jesse Lingard. And wants him to stay and fight for his position. Especially with the uncertainty surrounding Pogba amid PSG links.
However if Leicester City can meet his price tag. I bet Ole would let him leave. So as to boost his transfer kitty. For other targets like Ruben Neves and Griezmann.
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