Looking unlikely signings based on the high transfer fees. Both Norwich, Anderlecht and Brighton have turned down. Bids for their respective players from Arsenal. Arteta is left to ponder on the next move as squad upgrade is a must before August.
However Arsenal will still need to raise some funds before going full throttle in the transfer market. Especially after three of there bids were turned down. With Saliba out on loan last summer at Nice. The latter is expected as per the fans to make a come back.
To Emirates Stadium and try cement his position in center of defence. The likes of David Luiz has already left the club. But as per the Sun, Saliba is on the radar of both Lille and Newcastle United. Steve Bruce is looking to bring Saliba.
To St. James's Park but only on season loan basis. While the French outfits want Saliba on permanent basis as they look forward to signing him. Saliba has spent half of last season on loan to Nice. Having secured 22 appearances.
But as per Daily Mail, Arsenal coaching staff also believe that the latter. Will be best suited with another loan move away from the Emirates Stadium. That's all but granting Newcastle, another hope of getting their man.
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