Arsenal have made West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice their top target for the summer transfer window. Arteta’s side has growing confidence that they can beat Chelsea and other interested parties to the 24-year-old’s signature in the summer. The Gunners are prepared to make a significant effort to sign the England international.
The Blues have already beaten their rivals Arsenal to the signing of Mykhailo Mudryk but they may eye another addition this January window. Chelsea could be set to deal their rivals Arsenal yet another blow in the January transfer window with a move for one of their transfer targets. The links come shortly after the Blues already successfully hijacked the Arsenal's move for Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mudryk.
The Blues don't appear done there though as links continue to appear surrounding further transfers before the close of the January window. That's because the Daily Mail reports that Chelsea are also eyeing a move for forward Leandro Trossard, who has been on the radar of rivals Arsenal too. The Belgian looks set for an exit in the coming weeks, with a reported price tag of £25million, following a falling out at the club.
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