Arsenal have done clean business this summer in the transfer window. They have completed two signings and are set to complete two more before the window closes. Mike Arteta has a clear picture on the Kind of squad he wants for next season. We expect some fringe players to be released as the club is doing a rebuild. They brought Nuno Tavares to be a back up for Kieran Tierney while Lokonga comes in to reinforce the midfield.
According to Daily Mail Sports, Arsenal have finally tabled a lucrative bid to sign another midfielder. They have prepared £34 million for Italian midfielder Locateli. The player impressed during the Euros and went on to win the competition. He plays for Sassuolo and wishes to join a big club. Juventus failed to come into agreement because of the fee. Arsenal are keen to sign the player to boost top four hopes. Mike Arteta has directed the bid to be presented after Juventus fell out of negotiations. He will be a good addition to the Gunners.
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