A great overhaul of the current squad is expected so as to enable Mikel Arteta recruit new quality talent, with a long list of targets being drawn.
However, some of the players that Arsenal are targeting for the summer are out of reach as their current clubs will be asking for enormous transfer fee.
Arteta was believed to be in need of new midfield recruitment with Rennes and France international player Eduardo Cammavinga emerging as his priority target.
The dreams of Arsenal on signing Eduardo Cammavinga have been short-lived, with the player seeming unlikely to join the Emirates Stadium.
According to Express Sports podcast, Arsenal have confirmed to have ended their interest in the teenager after long speculations linking him to the club.
The reports claim that Arsenal have accepted that they cannot sign the midfielder due to lack of funds plus the competition they face from clubs like Real Madrid.
Is this a sign that Arsenal are turning into a mid table club?
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