According to Corriere fiorentino , Arsenal are amongst the clubs that tempt Fiorentina's Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic, who is in a hurry to progress his career with a move away from Serie A. The gunners manager Mikel Arteta is keen to strengthen the squad ahead of next season.
Florentina president has released a statement concerning the future of Vlahovic saying he has received a transfer request from the player and he will be selling him at the right offer. Arsenal may consider exchange of players with Lacazette being the option to join Serie A. An additional striker will give competition to the gunners forward as they dream to finish in a better position.
The gunners have Confirmed that a number of players will be leaving in this transfer window including :- Willian, Leno, Lacazette and Dani Ceballos whose loan expiry date is on 1st June.Real Madrid are open to sell him on a permanent deal this summer, waiting for new proposals according to Fabrizio Romano.
Martin Odegaard is in talks with the club to see if Real Madrid can allow him to join the gunners on a permanent deal. The attacker has impressed Arteta which has made the club to be interested in long contract.
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