Given Arsenal’s hopes of clawing their way into the Premier League’s final UEFA Champions League qualifying slot this season, Mikel Arteta is set for a busy summer window reclassifying both ins and outs in the north. From london.
With a center forward as a key area following the departure of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in January, many see the coming months as a pivotal moment for Arteta in terms of rebuilding the Gunners squad in hopes of getting closer to the top teams in the league. league.
Sitting just three points behind rivals Spurs with one game to go, many believe the meeting of the two sides on May 12 will be a pivotal moment in both clubs’ seasons.
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Paquetá fee as magpies seek to pounce
With Arsenal continuing to show keen interest in Lyon midfielder Lucas Paquetá, Premier League side Newcastle United are also said to be keeping an eye on the Brazilian international as the summer window begins to draw ever closer.
Valued at just under £60m, the 24-year-old could provide a missing key piece in Arteta’s midfield, with the future of Ligue 1 star Matteo Guendouzi yet to be decided.
With their current contract not expiring until June 2025, it’s no wonder Les Gones are looking to recoup a key transfer budget if they decide to part ways later this year.
The young Brazilian Danilo attacked
With Italian sides reporting that Arsenal have entered the race to sign Palmeiras midfielder Danilo, the 20-year-old could perhaps be the next big thing to land at manager Edu’s feet.
According to information passed on by SportWitness, the player will cost between £20m and £30m, with the likes of Juventus, Lazio, Milan and Benfica set to rival the Gunners later this year.
Operating predominantly as a defensive midfielder he has already been capped at Under 20 level by his country and looks certain to continue his development. He also featured for 120 minutes in Chelsea’s recent 2-1 victory over Palmerias during the 2022 Club World Cup earlier this year.