Arsenal have suffered huge setback in their pursuit for £15 Million rated Bologna star Aaron Hickey after Brentford hijacked the deal and currently lead the race (Source: Daily Express Sport). Brentford are currently leading Arsenal and Newcastle United in the race to sign Scottish teenager Hickey who is capable of playing in both flanks. Hickey has registered 34 starts for Bologna this season this campaign and helped them avoid relegation but is keen to switch to the Premier League this summer transfer window.
Arsenal Youngster Ryan Alebiosu is attracting intrest from Bristol City, Blaclburn Rovers & Preston over potential move this summer transfer window (Source: Football Insider). Ryan plays as a right back in Arsenal U23s, where he has managed to provide 5 assists and score a goal hence earning a promotion to the first team by Arteta. Ryan Alebiousu was included on the bench in Arsenal both legs of Carabao cup semi-final against Liverpool hence a move to Championships clubs could help him gain first team experience and enjoy good game time.
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