After losing out on the race to sign Brazilian top winger, Raphinha Arsenal are now looking for other quality alternatives in the market. The Gunners are busy looking for quality additions as they aim to be among the tittle contenders.
Arsenal have completed the signing of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City. The striker has been backed to fully replace French top striker, Alexander Lacazzete who rejoined Olympique Lyonnais on a free transfer. As the window progresses, Arsenal fans have continued to see speculations rise linking top players with their club.
Among the top talents that have been linked with Emirates move include German sensation Serge Gnabry. The former Arsenal's star is set to see his contract run out with Bayern Munich next year though he has a new proposal waiting.
Gnabry is a top talent and has not only be speculated to be moving to Emirates but also Manchester United. However, United are yet to be heavily interested in the player. According to latest reports, Arsenal are not working to sign the player. The Gunners are working on other targets.
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