London-based side Arsenal are prepared for a bustling transfer window in the summer with sources near the club affirming that a focal midfielder and two fullbacks being mooted as the positions the club will be hoping to bring to the club.
There are overflowing tales that previous Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Granit Xhaka will leave the club in the mid year for either the Bundesliga or the Serie A which could see the gunners specialists acquire another major part around there.
Different news sources are connecting France and Stade Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga with a transition to the Emirates-based arena and in a development, the Londoners seem, by all accounts, to be leaders for his mark.
Real Madrid and Barcelona were tipped to be top picks to sign the left-footed midfielder yet sources near the AFC Bell have affirmed that the player is quick to move to England and with Arsenal, the lone head group club intrigued they could beat different groups to his mark.
"The player is available to moving to a truly grounded club, is available to playing in the English Premier League Io open to playing with a group that suits his style, gives need of playing minutes. Stockpile will have preferred possibilities over some other club on the off chance that they choose to make a genuine proposal at some point."AFC Bell tweeted.
Arsenal are set to bring up in abundance of £60m from player sells which could see them get their exchange kitty helped and the teenager midfielder could be one of the players got by Edu and the enrollment group.
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