Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, is still searching for his ideal recruits despite having previously recruited four players to bolster his team for the upcoming seasons.
After being predicted to make money on three players, the Spanish manager's top priorities right now are to sign a midfielder and sell any players who don't fit into his plans.
Nevertheless, according to the Boot Room (https://tbrfootball.com/report-bernd-leno), Arsenal are willing to let the out-of-favor player bernd Leno join EPL rivals Fulham this summer transfer window for £8m only. Leno reportedly fell behind Arteta's favorites Aaron Ramsdale and Matt Turner and thus needed to leave in order to receive enough playing time.
The 30-year-old is expected to quit Arsenal after contributing significantly to Arteta's team in prior campaigns.
Along with Leno, the Spanish manager is also thinking about selling Nuno Tavares to Brighton or Atalanta in Italy in light of City's acquisition of Olexandre Zinchenko.
Arsenal is rumored to be interested in loaning Juventus star Arthur Melo.
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