Arsenal football club are still struggling to convince top players to sign for them as they prefer moves to their direct rivals.
The signings of Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale and Martin Odeegard do not seem to be the only transfers Mikel Arteta needs to challenge for top positions after the disastrous start to the new season.
However, for Mikel Arteta to sign new players, some fringe players supposed to leave the club this summer.
The reporter stated that the Gunners are ready to make a concrete move for Kieran Trippier, but the player prefers a move to Manchester United rather than Arsenal.
This is a huge blow to Mikel Arteta who wants to replace Hector Bellerin with Kieran Trippier as the Spaniard is on the move away from the Emirates Stadium.
The other thing that will blow the move of Arsenal to sign Kieran Trippier is the huge €40 million transfer fee that Atletico Madrid are demanding for the 32 years old right back.
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