English premier league outfit Arsenal have already secured the signature of Ghanian prolific Midfielder Thomas Partey during the last summer transfer window. The Gunners also managed to bring in Real Madrid's creative stars Dani Ceballos and Martin Odegaard on loan to boost their midfield.
However, according to French sports media, the Gunners don't seem to be stopping there as they are already moving in with speed for French Ligue One outfit Lille Midfielder Boubakary Soumare. On the other hand, Arsenal are facing competition from Italian serie A giants AC Milan, Napoli, Liverpool and London rivals Chelsea.
Nevertheless, the Normal London giants are confident they would win the race as the player is reportedly ready to favour a move to the premier league. The 21 year old is a direct replacement of on loan Lukas Toreira and Matteo Guendouzi who may leave the club in the summer. Boubakary is a box to box midfielder who will give Arteta more options as he can play a deeper defensive role.
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