Arsenal has had one of the most fascinating starts to the Premier League campaign. The Gunners have a 100% record ahead of the Gameweek 5. The Gunners are set to play tomorrow against Steven Gerrard's side Aston Villa. The Gunners have played against Leicester City, Fulham, Bournemouth, and Crystal Palace, winning all of those fixtures.
The Gunners made some important addition during the Summer Transfer Window with the likes of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City, Fabio Viera from Porto, Matt Turner from MLS, Oleksandr Zinchenko from Manchester City, and Marquinhos from Sao Paolo. The Gunners however are still being linked with two players whom they could sign before the window closes.
Arsenal has been linked with the Belgian international from the start of the window. According to reports, Tielemans had already agreed on personal terms with Edu Gaspar months ago. The only thing blocking a move is the huge transfer fee that Leicester City are demanding. The player will leave for free next summer so the Gunners are very patient though a move this summer is a possibility.
After a possible transfer of Pedro Neto has been deemed "improbable", the Gunners have to search for his alternative or the backup to Bukayo Saka. The Gunners lately have been linked with Mykhaylo Mudryk. The player currently playing at Shakhtar Donetsk and Arsenal are thinking about a move after Nicolas Pepe was loaned out.
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