Gunners are out to seek talented players to try boost Arteta's Squad come next season. An eighth position finish last summer in the Premier league. Is never good enough for the London based team. Without European football next season.
It's really affecting the performance of the transfers in the current market. Now all eyes on Edu and Arteta to secure some serious signings. Especially with scouting mission in the current Euros 2020.
With Lille clinching the French title ahead of favourites PSG. Though Sanchez wasn't consistency possibly due to injuries. As per Express, as well as Football.london. Arsenal have instructed Sanchez parent club Lille, to keep them updated on his future.
But after Arsenal fans were notified on Gunners interest in the Portugal ace. They took a scouting mission during Portugal against Belgium last weekend. Now Arsenal fans took to Twitter account to register their interest in the player.
As well as voice there desire on the player. As per the same the fans were seen asking. Edu to sign Renato to partner with Thomas Partey. Arsenal have see three bids rejected already. Both for Emi Buendia, Sambi Lokonga and Ben White respectively.
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