English premier league is the most respected league in the world as no one can predict the winner easily. The current season is almost done and Arsenal is among the top clubs that are closely spying some good players. The gunners manager Mikel Arteta want to bolster his squad in the summer transfer window.
According to reports for Mail, the gunners have made a step towards transfer of Man United star Jesse Lingard. Lingard currently on a good form with Westham on loan will be expected to return to Old Trafford at the end of the season.
Reports also claim that Arsenal are willing to offer Man United Maitland Niles as part of the deal. Niles currently on loan with Southampton and is also on a good form.Ainsley Maitland-Niles has been awarded Man of the Match for his performance in West Brom’s 3-0 win over Southampton this evening. [Sky]. Should the deal go wrong Aubameyang will be also a subject to it.
The gunners are interested in services of Crystal palace star Wilfred Zaha. Zaha is desperate at Crystal Palace and will seek a new challenge elsewhere next season.
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