The transfer window has been open for a few weeks now, Arsenal has not yet confirmed any transfer deal that would bolster their side into a top contender for the Premier League, despite their plans suggesting their likehood of emerging with a better squad.
One of the player who has been on Gunners radar this summer is Brighton talented midfielder Yves Bissouma. The Malian joined Brighton from Lille in 2018 and has had some quality improvement over the past season.
According to old favourite Ray Parlour, Arsenal target for Yves Bissouma should the most concerned transfer this window. Signing Yves Bissouma would be 'superb' for Arsenal Parlour emphasized.
Arsenal Arteta has been handed a budget of around €35m to try and get a deal done for the midfielder signature.
Parlour has told Arsenal to move for Bissouma as the prime target, and wrap up a deal for the next few months following transfer speculations surrounding the talented star. Alot of quality has been said about the star and considering a move of €35m clause is just a fair price. So Arsenal should go for it before other clubs step in for his signature.
It's also evident that most fans are interested in the midfielder and will be more privileged if the club completes a move for Yves Bissouma nearly.
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