Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is still on lookout for his dream targets having already signed four players in an attempt to bolister his squad ahead of next campaigns.
The Spanish boss priority is now to sign a midfielder as well 4as selling out of favour individuals who aren't into his plans having tipped to cash on three players.
However according to the Boot Room(https://tbrfootball.com/report-bernd-leno , Arsenal are ready to let the out of favour player bernd Leno join EPL rivals Fulham this summer transfer window for £8m only having fallen behind Arteta's favorite's Aaron Ramsdale and Matt Turner and therefore the need to leave for ample playing time.
The 30 year old is tipped to leave Arsenal having been a key figure in Arteta's side in previous seasons.
Besides Leno, the Spanish boss is as well considering to sell Nuno Tavares to Italian side Atalanta or Brighton following the arrival of Olexandre Zinchenko from City.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are tipped to sign Juventus ace Arthur Melo on loan.
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