Arsenal have experienced a lot of transfer woes ever since the re-opening of this summer transfer window, when it official opened on 9th this month, and they have lost a couple of battles on good and talented players. But it has suddenly started to rain again, as one of their target player finally opens up on joining the club after direct talks.The Gunners are looking to secure Europe's top hottest young talents in order to build an elite squad that will echo through the ages, and dominate the premier League for years, and with the interest of landing Leicester city playmaker James Maddison still burning, they are currently in direct talks with Nuno Tavares agents.
According to Sports specialist Fabrizio,the players priority is joining Arsenal as he dreams of premier League future, and personal terms won't be an issue.The Benfica left back winger have also been a top priority for other premier League clubs including,Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester city but his biggest dreams is playing at the Emirates Stadium, and now it's all up to Mikel Arteta to strike his £17 million release clouser to make the deal complete.
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