Fresh off the apparent transfer miss of Emi Buendia, who now looks set for Aston Villa, the Gunners will prioritise bringing back Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid. Odegaard spent part of 2020-21 on loan at Arsenal and offered enough positive attacking spurts to convince the club he would be a useful asset moving forward.
Arsenal are working on a deal to bring Ruben Neves in from Wolverhampton Wanderers, report The Times this morning. The Gunners believe they can get the deal done for £34million.
Chelsea have appeared and contacted Atletico Madrid for the signing of Saul Niguez in the last few hours. Thomas Tuchel’s side are now in the picture to sign Saúl and the Champions League winners have already asked about him. Atletico would accept a fee of €80M. They would welcome a sale this summer. PSG, Bayern Munich and Juventus are all also interested. (Mundo Deportivo via Sport Witness)
PSG's talks with Gini Wijnaldum are progressing well but nothing is finalised or signed yet. The Dutchman is set to earn more than the €5.5m-a-year he received at Liverpool. (Source: L'Equipe)
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