Arsenal football club are getting more serious in the transfer window which begun on a low note as they saw their priority target join their rival club.
A few players are expected to leave the club in order to get more funds for new recruits and also revamp the poor performing team from last season.
A central midfielder is on top of the wish list of Mikel Arteta who has several players on the radar.
The reporter claims that Nuno Tavares is very ambitious to join Arsenal football club as his dream of playing in the English Premier League is clear.
Benfica are touted to be demanding for at least £18 million to allow the player move to the Emirates Stadium.
There will be no big issue in the negotiations of personal terms and wages as the players is into the move to Arsenal.
After Nuno Tavares, Arsenal will be looking to sign Anderlecht and Belgium international midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga who is also dreaming to play for the Gunners.
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