Arsenal after a bad defeat from Chelsea in the signing of Mudryk, the have again launched new Players they would like to sign. Arsenal had tried their best to sign Mudryk and even the deal was in the final paper work but Chelsea hijacked it. For Arsenal to keep their current position in the premiere league table, they need new signings in order to better their results. Moussa Diaby is one of the two players that Arteta is aiming. Moussa Diaby is currently playing for Baryen Leverkusen. The 23 year old born in France is in a contract with Baryern Leverkusen until 2025. This contract will see the price tag for him go high.
Arsenal management after sitting, they decided that after being defeated in the Mudryk race, they will try to engage new players. Declan Rice is now being targeted by Arsenal and as per now he is Arsenal's prime target in this transfer window. Rice has been having outstanding performance in the recent past which makes teams admire him so much especially the premiere league clubs. Arsenal are now in contact with him and his legal team to ensure they didn't get defeated again.
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