Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is still hoping to add some more energy and experience to his pack of players having been linked with several top targets who can arguably transform his squad into serious title contenders this season.
The Gunners won their premier league opener against Crystal Palace and would be looking forward to extend the same results throughout their upcoming fixtures.
Having signed Fabio Vieira and Marquinhos, the Spanish boss isn't contended with his Midfield department and therefore keen on signing another midfielder.
According to the Sun Football, Arsenal have allegedly accepted to make a move for Serie A and AC Milan midfielder Sandro Tonali in a bid that's expected to be in the region of £46.4m.
The Club haven't been shy to spend cash and therefore keen on adding the 22 year old to his squad.
Besides Tonali, the North London club is as well monitoring Pedro Neto's situation at Wolverhampton following their signing of Guess who's termed as his replacement.
Meanwhile, Youri Tielemans links to Arsenal have cooled off despite an agreement in personal terms with the Belgium international.
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