Arsenal are showing their seriousness in the transfer window which has begun in a slow note due to the ongoing Euro 2020 competition.
Mikel Arteta will see off a couple of players out of the Emirates Stadium after failing to improve their performances in the just concluded 2020/2021 season.
According to reliable sources close to Arsenal, Aston Villa have been trying to sign one of the key players from Arsenal.
The reports claim that Villa want to sign 20 years old English attacking midfielder Emile Smith Rowe.
However, their first bid of £25 million was turned down by the Gunners leaving Aston Villa preparing for another improved offer.
Aston Villa came back with a £30 million bid, but Arsenal have yet again turned the bid down with claims that Emile Smith Rowe is not for sale.
This shows that Mikel Arteta is ambitious to build his team around young star players, but this won't stop Aston Villa from coming back with another bid.
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