Good News To Arsenal Fans As Their Top Transfer Target Is Leaked
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 4758 views
Arsenal will be looking to bounce back from their two consecutive losses in a matter of days when they host Marcelo Bielsa's coached Leeds at the Emirates stadium.
Thomas Partey could be available for this clash after limping off against Aston Villa while their is speculation their first choice left back Kieran Tierney may be in contention.
The gunners have struggled down the left without the former Celtic man who brings defensive solidity as well as an attacking threat down the left.
Sead Kolasinac's departure to the Bundesliga has left the gunners short in the left back position and they tried unsuccessfully to bring in a replacement during the January transfer period.
Crystal Palace pair of Patrick Van Aanholt and Tyrick Mitchell were mooted as potential targets and so was Southampton defender Ryan Bertrand.
The Athletic has now revealed the gunners top transfer target for the summer will be a back up left back for Kieran Tierney and the club will be looking to bring in a young talent who will be willing to play second fiddle to the Scottish.
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