Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich have also shown interest on England and Westham midfielder Declan Rice. Bayern see the 24-year-old as the perfect defensive midfielder for them, although, no official bid as been made yet. Arsenal were also recently linked with Rice, talks have been ongoing between all parties involved but no agreement as been reached yet.
The Gunners are also pursuing after German midfielder Ilkay Gundogan whose contract with Manchester City will run out this summer. Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is reported pushing to sign the 31-year-old but no official bid as been made yet.
Liverpool are closer to signing Argentinian midfielder Alexis Mac Allister from Brighton. Personal terms with the player have already been agreed. Negotiations are ongoing between the to clubs and Liverpool are confident a deal will be agreed very soon.
Arsenal will try to sign Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo if they fail to land a deal with Westham over the signing of Declan Rice. The 21-year-old will be a perfect replacement for Granit Xhaka who will leave Emirates this summer.
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