Arsenal have been tipped to be one of the busiest clubs in the summer transfer window and according to the Athletic,they will be targeting a new right back,a left back cover for Kieran Tierney and a new central midfielder.
The protests by the supporters recently has their owner Stan Kroenke under intense pressure and reports now claim he will be backing Mikel Arteta in the transfer market as a way of appeasing the fans.
Their technical director Edu Gaspar who has a good network of the South American market has earmarked Argentina and Real Betis midfielder Guido Rodriguez as the ideal candidate to partner Thomas Partey in the middle for the park next season.
Football London reports that Arsenal have made contact with the entourage of the player and are close to finalizing a deal for the tough tackling midfielder who has been touted to be the best in La liga this season.
Real Betis need to sell some of their stars to balance their books as they are facing financial difficulties due to the corona virus pandemic and it has emerged that Guido and Nabil Fekir are the players they are keen to sell.
Should Arsenal manage to sign the Midfielder,they will be adding more bite in their midfield as Guido screens his back four with relative ease and this could enable Arteta deploy his favored 4-3-3 formation.
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