Arsenal have been for a long period of time linked to some high profile players in the transfer market. This January as well the likes of Dusan Vlahovic from the Italian soil, Fiorentina has been eyed by Arteta.
And so is Bruno Guimaraes who plays his football at the French League one outfits Olympique Lyon. More on the player from The Star, is that. Newcastle United have been reported to have seen there £30m bid now 'accepted' by Lyon for Bruno.
Arsenal fans have reacted to the news on their social media accounts. Wrote, "Our club is so shameless in the transfer market. "Concluded one fan.
"We are interested in signing every player but we end up signing nobody Bruno, Locatelli, Isak etc...we should be renamed Interested FC. "Said another fan.
Arsenal are reported to have lost the transfer battle to Juventus involving Serbian international Dusan. Who is said to be more interested in joining Old Lady. The Max Allegri side are believed to have already placed an offer worth €75m to Fiorentina.
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