Arsenal could be set for a sensational transfer move in the coming summer window with the them reportedly lining up a move to sign in form on-loan Manchester United star midfielder Jesse Lingard in a potential blockbuster deal.
According to reports from the Daily Star (as per Daily and Sunday Express), the Gunners are looking to hijack West Ham's plan to sign the England international on a permanent deal after his impressive displays at the London Stadium and that they (Arsenal) are prepared to splash £30million to close the deal with the Red Devils.
The Mikel Arteta's side have recently engaged in transfers with United with Alexis Sanchez and Henrikh Mkhitaryan swapping the clubs back in January, 2018 and hence, the London giants believe the Red Devils would accept their offer should they make an official move.
Jesse Lingard has severally been linked with a move to the Emirates Stadium without a deal materializing and it remains to be seen if the Gunners have a genuine interest in the 29 year old promising midfielder this time. During his short period with the David Moyes' side, Lingard has chipped in 6 goals and provided several assists and hence, he could be the real deal for Mikel Arteta.
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