Arsenal are currently preparing to place a bid in an attempt to acquire Leicester City midfielder James Madison. The Gunners are interested in signing the player during the current summer in a bid to boost the midfield of the squad.
James Madison who was left out of the England squad for the Euros is one of the top targets for Arsenal and the Gunners have already shown interest in signing him. Among Arsenal's top targets this summer include Brighton Albion's Bissouma, Leicester City's James Madison and Houssem Aouar.
Madison who has a vast experience playing in the English Premier League may soon sign for Arsenal but first the Gunners must provide the required money in order to get the player. Arsenal who finished 8th in the Premier League will be looking to contend for the Premier League title next season but must first adjust the squad depth in order to complete for the title.
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