Arsenal are seeking to bring in new players to boost a squad in which almost got into Champions League qualifications in last season. Only missing out by just two points behind Tottenham Hotspur in the. Premier League table and hence will play Europa League competition.
Meanwhile after the departure of Aubameyang last winter who was never replaced. And now Lacazette is out of Emirates on a free transfer after his contract came to expiry this June. Arteta will not depend on young Nketiah to lead the line of attack for his team next season, he will need a lethal striker.
And Arteta is seeking a midfield player to help Xhaka, Elneny as well as Partey next season in all competitions. Leicester City in this summer may see the departure of Youri Tielemans to the Gunners.
This is after the Sunsport via The Mirror claim that Arteta is now 'convinced' Arsenal will get the deal over the line involving Youri. The latter is believed to be valued at £25m by the Foxes a fee in which Arsenal can surely afford. Youri Tielemans is believed to be ready to try another challenge elsewhere. Especially with the Londoners having European football next season to offer.
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