Arsenal are linked with Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham to strengthen their forward. The blues have also lowered quoted price to around 35million pounds to attract more more bids before the end of transfer window. Chelsea are trying to sell some if their players in order to raise adequate funds to sign Erling Haaland from Dortmund.
Furthermore Arsenal are eyeing for Leicester city player James Maddison. However Arsenal have been dealt a blow in their pursuit of Belotti after Torino president Urbano Cairo confirmed the striker has been offered a new deal to the player. The Gunners after last seasons disappointment they are now busy utilizing the transfer window appropriately by signing players who will help them lift trophies.
The Gunners are now training and organising friendly matches to strengthen their areas of weaknesses in preparation for next season. Only few weeks are remaining for English Premier league to kick off and transfer window to come to an end.
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