Arsenal are keen to utilize this transfer window in order to build their squad in preparation for next season. Among those players being targeted by the north London club include Leicester City's James Madison, Ajax goalkeeper André Onana, Norwich City wing back James Aarons and Yves Bissouma who currently plays for Brighton Albion.
Arteta is looking to reform the club with several signings during this summer transfer window. Arsenal finished 8th in the Premier League table with the club failing to qualify for any European competition after 25 years. However, the Gunners will be contending for several domestic trophies with the English Premier League title being one of them.
Lacazette who is set to stay at the club for next season may start as a striker for the Gunners. With the exit of Willian Borges, Pepe may as well begin as a winger for Arsenal with Bukayo Saka playing on the opposite wing. Saka has been consistent for Arsenal and even received an England national team call up. With Madison and Bissouma on the target list for Arsenal, the two may start as formidable midfielders who will possibly help Thomas Partey in the midfield.
Former Arsenal captain Granit Xhaka is also link with an exist from the club, that means Arsenal must look for a favourable replacement for the Swiss player. Aarons and Tierney would possibly start as wing backs. Tierney is one crucial player for Arsenal and has been consistent for the Gunners throughout the season. With Aarons taking the place of Hector Bellerin, Arsenal may soon revive its defense. William Saliba and Gabriel Megalhaes could play as centre backs with André Onana as the goalkeeper. Arsenal are set to sign Onana as the first goalkeeper during the summer as a replacement for Leno. Despite Onana being on suspension for doping, the Ajax player is expected to be back on pitch by September.
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