We are only hours away from the transfer window closing, and many supporters are speculating about the last over-the-counter transactions their clubs might be able to pull off. There has been no heavy connection between Arsenal and any target player, but there is a notion that one unique signing will be made before the market closes.
Despite Arteta's crowded midfield, Football London reports that Edu may recruit another midfielder in the form of Houssem Auoar. Arsenal's interest in Aouar is unsurprising given that they have been following him for the past two transfer windows.
According to the report, Auoar's deal may go through because Lyon are desperate to get rid of him, and Arsenal have been quite disappointing on the pitch, so bringing Aouar in as a last-minute deal will not only appease their fans but also provide them with a young but experienced midfield mastermind.
Will Arsenal's move for Aouar, if they manage to strike a last-minute agreement, be the one that truly crowns their 2021 summer deals? Please leave your opinions in the section below.(source: Football London)
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