Premier League giants Arsenal are reportedly pushing hard to secure the signature of Sassuolo midfielder and Italian International, Manuel Locatelli with them now said to be prepared to submit a new €40million bid to close the deal.
According to latest reports from Sky Sports (via @thearsreview), the Mikel Arteta's side are huge admirers of Locatelli who is currently having a fantastic time with the Italy national team in the ongoing European Championships and are hence, ready to lodge new bid in the coming days after seeing their first one outperformed by Juventus who are also keen on the player.
Manuel Locatelli have had a successful spell at the Mapei Stadium with Sassuolo, with him proving to be one of the best central midfielders in the world of football. Moreover, his impressive displays for Italy has made him attract interest from several top clubs across Europe though Arsenal and Juventus are the only clubs understood to be actively pursuing his signature at the moment and hence, it remains to be seen where he will end up at.
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