Edu have already decided on Arsenal’s second and third exchanges since the first summer deal was approved – Indepediente Daily Sports News

Mikel Arteta will try to add to his Arsenal squad through the summer transfer window

Edu have already decided on Arsenal’s second and third exchanges since the first summer deal was approved
The January transfer window may just be over, but thoughts are already on what Arsenal will do in the market this summer.
The Artillery has already agreed on its first business deal after the New England Revolution confirmed that Matt Turner was due to move to the UAE this summer.
Arsenal have not yet confirmed anything at the time of writing, but understands that the American goalkeeper will do so when he is expected to join Mikel Arteta’s pre-season squad after completing a medical in North London in June.
However, Edu has no plans to stop there.
Arteta told a news conference earlier this week before his side’s 1-0 win over the Wolves in the Premier League that Arsenal were planning to be very active in the transfer market next summer.
“It’s part of the strategy,” said the Spaniard. “And we will have to make some decisions, depending on where we are and whether we have the option to do so.
“We also have players on loan. We need to understand where they are, where they are and how much they can contribute in the summer.
“Obviously we have to sign players in the summer, that’s for sure.”
With that in mind, we’re focusing on exactly where the Gunners will be strong at the end of the season.

One area that is sure to add players is the center forward.
Pierre-Emerick Obama canceled his contract with Barcelona in January, while Alexander Lacazette and Eddie Nketia will leave at the end of the summer.
Only young players such as Flo Balogun and Gabriel Martinelli will leave Arsenal with a great selection. The pair both have huge potential, but the former has barely tasted the first taste of stable senior football while playing on loan at Middlesbrough, and has looked better on the left wing in recent games.
As a result, Edu will try to provide Arteta with a center-forward capable of taking his project to the next level by the end of the season.
After Arsenal became interested in January, Dusan Vlahovic thought he would be a good fit. Unfortunately, the highly-rated Serbian has opted to join Serie A champions Juventus, which means he will not be able to make the move.
Both Everton midfielder Dominique Calvert-Levin and Real Sociedad’s Alexander Isaac are still available, while Canadian striker Jonathan David is still linked with a form in Lille this season.
It will be interesting to see who Arsenal go for, as all three offer different tactical profiles.
The next list of priorities will include central midfield.
Ainsley Maitland-Nailes, Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira are all set to leave North London once their loan terms expire this summer, while Mohamed Elneni plans to leave when his contract expires in July. understands that Granit will be interested in Jacques Roma again at the end of the season, and he may be the only senior midfielder in the Emirates who could be Albert Sambi Lokonga and Thomas Parti. the start of the next campaign.
Arsenal have been blessed with a number of talented youngsters in the position, with Miguel Azeez, Charlie Patino and Salah-Eddin Oulad M’Hand being able to play in the first team this season, but they are likely to be looking to recruit from abroad.
Bruno was reportedly a target for Guimaraes, but the Brazilian was embroiled in controversy in January and joined Newcastle for € 50 million.
With that in mind, Leicester’s Yuri Tilemans has just one year left to sign a contract with King Powert in the summer and is still linked to Wolf’s Ruben Neves.

Before leaving, Bruno Guimaraes said he had dusted off a friend with a troubled team in Lyon
The French newspaper L’Equipe reported that Bruno had an argument with an old teammate before leaving.

Lyon’s Lucas Packet is celebrating with Bruno Guimaras and Jerome Boateng over the alleged altercation.

A French newspaper reported that Bruno Guimaraes had moved from Lyon to Newcastle United to run away from a dangerous teammate.
The French newspaper L’Equipe reported this morning that Lyon center-back Jerome Boateng has been ruled out of last summer’s match against Bayern Munich against Nice.
The journalist described the 33-year-old Germany international’s involvement in the controversy since his arrival at the club, including midfielder Bruno Guimaraes.
L’Equipe, translated by Google, said of Boateng: “The defender, whose legitimacy has been lost over time, has already had several arguments with his teammates.
“On November 7 in Rennes, he shouted at team captain Leo Dubois in the middle of a game, and the TV cameras didn’t miss anything from this very strong exchange. .
“A few weeks ago, during training, there was a serious problem: Boateng was beaten in the middle of a meeting with Bruno Guimaraes because he did not appreciate his speech. Several people had to stop fighting.”

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