Arsenal are arguably doing great business this transfer window. They have completed four signings with fifth signing lined up in place. The Gunners are looking to boost every part of team ahead of premier league return. Aleksandr zichenko move is extremely close with Arsenal eyeing a new midfield target.
Zenit midfielder Wendel has emerged as a surprise target for the gunners this summer. Arsenal representatives have made inquiries about his availability this summer. The star Brazilian joined Zenit from Portugal side Sporting Lisbon for £24 million.
His midfield prowess has attracted Mikel Arteta with the Brazilian helping the Club win Russian super Cup. The box to box midfielder could be an ideal target for Arsenal who are also eyeing Leicester city star player, Youri Tielemans.
Arsenal could secure his signing at bargain fee after Fifa authorized his contract termination with Zenit following Russian invasion of Ukraine. This gives Arsenal ba perfect chance to land super midfield gem.
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