Arsenal is set to play Arsenal tomorrow Sunday in their last premier league fixture of the season. They will be up against Brighton in a fixture that will kick off as from 6:00 p.m.
Because they have a game away at Emirates, Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma will be among the players travelling for their season ender match.
The Brighton midfielder is one of those players whose name seems to be on the market even as he allegedly seeks a move to a top club in the premier league. Clubs who are rumored to be interested in his signature include Chelsea, Manchester United and also Arsenal.
According to Arsenal media outlets, Brighton midfielder is a possible target for the gunners even as they seek to bolster their midfield during the transfer window.
If Arsenal manage to get his signature then he might be a possible long term partner for Thomas Partey in the midfield.
It will be interesting to see how he plays tomorrow considering his transfer rumors. As for tomorrow it will be purely to represent his team Brighton and not for arsenal transfer discussion as one may think .
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