The jitters sorrounding the formation of the european super league has been the talk for many football fans and pundits heading to a defining summer transfer window for some top clubs in England.
Arsenal are one of the club's set for a busy transfer window in terms of arrivals and departures according to sources close to the club who have affirmed that Edu and Mikel Arteta are closely working together to get their squad in shape.
After mass exodus was witnessed in the winter transfer window,it is claimed that the summer will be no exception with Alex Runarsson,Matteo Guendouzi,Lucas Torreira and Eddie Nketiah heading for the exit door.
Football insider has however confirmed that the gunners are in advanced talks to complete their first signing of the summer in Australia and Brighton goalkeeper Matt Ryan who is currently on loan at the Emirates stadium.
Ryan has made two appearances for Arsenal in the loss against Aston Villa and last weekend's draw at home to Fulham and the Arsenal hierarchy are understood to have been impressed with him serving as understudy to Bernd Leno.
The boyhood Arsenal fan will certainly be keen to extend his stay beyond his short loan term as he is considered surplus to requirements by the seagulls who are looking to offload him in the summer.
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