Arsenal are really struggling to make signings after loosing on Buendia but are not giving up soon They have set their eyes on another premier league star Reuben neves.Arsenal are set to raid wolves of their best midfielder.
Arsenal lost their target Buendia to Aston villa and now fans are really angry.Neves could be their first landing as they target to sooth their fans.Arsenal are ready to loose their star players in order to get into the market.
Arsenal have been told how much that it is going to cost to bring reported transfer target Ruben Neves to the club this summer.The Portuguese midfielder has been strongly linked with a switch to the Emirates Stadium in recent days as an alternative to Brighton’s Yves Bissouma.Arsenal are in the market to look for Parteys Partner in midfield.They are really in desire to strengthen their squad.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly open to selling this summer too, potentially opening the door for the Gunners ahead of a potential switch to North London.
The Portuguese is valued a t a 35m transfer and he is set to wear jersey 8 at the Emirates .He is set to be enticed with a weekly salary of 160k.
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