Real Betis midfielder Guido Rodriguez has been linked with Arsenal in a bid worth £68m. Arsenal will be looking forward to sign anither midfielder and release both Ceballos and Torreira. Ceballos who is on loan from Real Madrid has had a hard time with the gunners in the recent matches. Arsenal may prefer releasing him back to Real Madrid and get Martin Ødegaard on a permanent deal or rather go for Guido Rodriguez from Real Betis.
On the other hand, Arsenal are looking uninterested in bringing back Lucas Torreira and they may end up releasing him on another loan or selling him on a permanent deal as well. Guido Rodrigo may come in and boost the Arsenal midfield alongside Partey and Xhaka.
Arsenal's midfield needs some squad rotation and given that the bench is not that good, it forces those in to overwork. Such incidence has led to fatigue in some players such as Granite Xhaka.
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