Arsenal fans continue to wait for the first signing with the club's negotiations Intensified. Mikel Arteta has met the club owner Starnley Kreonke to oversee the new signings with only 5 days remaining. The gunners are reportedly closing on their first signing after star was spotted in London looking for house.
According to the latest reports from England Arthur Melo is in London after he allegedly agreed personal terms with the gunners. The Brazilian will he Arsenal player on loan for 18 months. The midfield has been the hotcake in Arteta's plans to bolster the he squad.
Mikel Arteta will be looking for options to bring in another striker with links with Alexander Isak being the main target. The club has turned their attention to the Swedish player after Vlanovic's deal collapsing. Alexandre Lacazette and Aubameyang are set to depart either this January or in the summer.
The fans will be happy with this news after a long wait for the transfer. The new players will help the club to race for top four spot. The gunners face competition with clubs such as Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Westham for that position and are ready to fight till the end.
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