The Gunners have been struggling for creativity this season after they sold Mesut Ozil earlier on.
This has got them struggle to get out of the mid table position in the current standings of the 2020/2021 English Premier League season.
Mikel Arteta managed to sign Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid on loan, but it seems like his deal won't be made permanent because his parent club needs him more and want to build their squad around him.
The 24 years old attacking midfielder has been a very important part of the Norwich City team helping them earn a promotion to the English Premier League next season.
According to Express Sports News reports, Arsenal are planning to submit an official bid to make Emilio Buendia their first summer signing.
However, the reports claim that Arsenal will have to bid more than the club's record £30 million to be able to convince Norwich to sell the player.
But with Arsenal claiming that their funds are low, their might be major doubts whether they will be able to sign the player.
Will Emilio Buendia make any difference to Arsenal?
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