Arsenal have wasted no time in the transfer market ahead of the 2022-23 campaign with Mikel Arteta eager to bolster his squad for the new season.
Three new faces have already arrived at the Emirates in the form of winger Marquinhos, midfielder Fabio Vieira and goalkeeper Matt Turner and more are expected yet. Gabriel Jesus' transfer from Manchester City has reportedly been completed, with only the official announcement to come.
The Gunners are also leading the race in tge pursuit of the Bayern Munich man Serge Gnabry despite competion from both Manchester clubs.
Should serge Gnabry want a champions league football, he might end up landing in Manchester city because both Arsenal and Manchester United never finished top 4 last season.
Bayern are keen to keep the former Arsenal attacker who has just 12 months left on his current deal.
But the German champions will be open to a sale if they cannot reach an agreement.
And if Gnabry, 26, shows no sign of putting pen to paper in the current window, Bayern would be prepared to cash in for around £35million, as it is their last chance to demand a decent fee.
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