Arsenal are reportedly targeting move for Real Betis and Argentina Star Guido Rodriguez in the summer transfer window. Guido is a deffensive Midfieder in Real Betis in Laliga Spain. the Gunners are currently struggling to get points from teams in the premier league. currently are position 9 with 46 points after playing 33 Games.tommorow's Game against Newcastle will make them fight extra hard to finish a mong best top four teams in the premier league.the Gunners last weekend they lost to Everton in premier league campaign and now they are focusing to get a win after dry spell.The Gunners have been lacking a strong deffensive Midfieder.that has led them to record poor results. Guido Rodriguez will be good addition to Mikel Arteta squad when they will secure the services of the Argentine star.last transfer they brought in the likes of Martin Odegaard, Thomas Partey and Gabriel but all the three star have failed to Perform under Arteta.with the current situation Ceballos and Muhammad Elineny it's hard for the Gunners to get results from teams.
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