Arsenal star Bukayo Saka is wanted by Premier League Champions Man City as the Gunners struggle to tie down the 19 year old to a long-term contract as he enters his final two years at Emirates.
Man City and Arsenal target Gabriel Jesus have an agreement that Brazillian can leave Etihad if a club offers around €45 Million with Tottenham, Real Madrid, Chelsea & Arsenal battling for the Brazillian striker.
Arsenal have received huge boost after Udinese Chief confirmed Gunners target Nahiel Molina is likely to leave this summer with top European clubs intrested in his services.
Sassuolo CEO has finally broken the silence over Scamacca transfer links to Arsenal and clarified that the club is yet to receive an official bid from Gunners but registered some contacts as the club want around £45 Million & PSG have entered the race.
Arsenal will have to pay around £12 Million if they want to sign Giovanni Simeone despite Chelsea stronger intrest & competition.
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