Arsenal are tipped to be one of the busiest clubs in the incoming summer transfer window with Arteta boss keen on strengthening his entire squad after literally missing out on UEFA champions league spot.
Arteta's main priority is to sign a defensive midfielder and a striker considering that Thomas Partey is always injury striken coupled with possible exit of Xhaka, Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah who's yet to extend his stay at Emirates.
It's arguably understood that the Gunners are in need of a backup in the pack of the Midfield and a lethal striker with SportsWitness reporting that their target is now taking English classes ahead of move to premier league.
Palmiere's midfielder Danilo was linked with a potential switch to Emirates early on and now his agent has told the club to sell him for £25m only, an amount that the North London club is capable of spending.
Ideally, Danilo is still 21 and therefore can be a good alternative to Granit Xhaka's partnership with Thomas Partey who are already aging.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are still confident if luring Manchester city's ace Gabriel Jesus to Emirates.
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