Arsenal have already made some few signings this summer but are still looking forward to making more high quality stars arrive at the Emirates Stadium this summer. There are links of Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City as well as Lisandro Martinez from Ajax and Ruben Neves from Wolves as per Sunsport report.
Already Arteta has signed Marquinhos from Sao Paulo in a deal worth £3m and Fabio Vieira from Porto for £35m fee plus add-ons to be possibly £4.2m later. So is goalkeeper Matt Turner as the latter arrived for £5.75m from MLS outfit this summer.
However according to Sunsport the red's of London are fighting for Ruben Neves from Wolves with Manchester United and their Laliga rivals Barcelona. As they are all interested in signing the Portuguese international midfielder.
But now the same publication has highlighted that it may be the difficult task in signing Ruben Neves this summer. Despite red's of Manchester, Arsenal and Barcelona believe that his actually worth is around £45m. But the Wolves side have put the £75m price tag for the player which comes as bad news to any suitor.
This can now only help Wolves keep hold of the midfielder they brought for £15m. From Porto some five years ago having now made 212 outings for the Bruno Large side since his arrival at the club.
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