Arsenal is a team eyeing a better next season.The Gunners are set to make key signings to strengthen their a squad after a poor season last time.Mikel Arteta has already made two signings with Sambi Lokonga and Nuno Tavares joining the team.Arsenal are still keen to sign a central attacking midfielder and a defender.
Arsenal are eyeing England star and Leicester key playmaker James Madison .Arsenal are keen to complete the move as he is seen a perfect man to unlock their midfield potential.Arsenal have made contact with Leicester who are asking for a fee of 60milion for the playmaker.
Edu is keen to make it happen and is already offloading some of Arsenal's players in a bid to fund the move for the attacker.The player who had a tough season last time having been hit by several injuries is also keen to complete the move in a bed to get a new challenge.
Arsenal have enticed the player with a jersey no 10 .A jersey of his choice and a weekly salary of 200k a week double what he earns at Leicester.The talk is at final stage it looks done.
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