Despite facing some difficulties in land their target players this summer, the Gunners are lining up a good list of top Elite young and talented players. But some players will have to be sacrificed first, in order to create affordable space for those expected new faces.With the daily speculations linking Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin, with a move to Serie A champions Inter Milan keeps growing stronger each day, new Speculations have emerged linking the Gunners centre back William Saliba, with a possible move to either League 1 champions Lille and Newcastle United.
According to Sports mail, Newcastle United have emerged as the Rivals to challenge Lille for the services of out-of-favour Arsenal defender William Saliba.Saliba was one of Arsenal players who served a penalty of being not able to represent the club in any major titles, together with the former playmaker Mesut Ozil, and it's with great respect to have two doors opened for him at the same time,but now it will be all Up to him to choose the club he would want to represent come 2021/22 season.
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