We have been linked to a myriad number of possible replacements for Alexis Sanchez, as it seems more and more likely that the Chilean will be leaving Arsenal this summer. One of those mooted as a quality target was the Colombian international Juan Cuadrado, but the Gunners can now strike the ex-Chelsea player off the list, as his agent has clearly stated that he will not be leaving Juventus in the near future.
Kylian Mbappe is claimed to be keen on playing under Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, but is also claimed to be eyeing a move to Barcelona or Real Madrid within four years.
Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund are claimed to be taking their asking price off the table at the end of July, meaning Arsenal must meet the required fee by July 31 or miss out on star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger should be hoping that the Arsenal transfer target Kylian Mbappe is very close to his family and that his family know the Monaco and France international star very well, or at least that the relative talked about in the French football press does.
Arsenal’s official website has made the mistake of revealing Danny Welbeck as the new owner the Number 7 jersey, which would mean Alexis would be giving up his preferred number.
Arsenal are forever being linked with attacking targets, and while the circus surrounding the future of Kylian Mbappe continues, we thought we’d look at the more realistic options.
Yes Mbappe would be an amazing capture, but him joining us unfortunately stems in dreamworld for me, and he will end up staying at Monaco, or joining Real Madrid. Even PSG would fail to land him this summer in my opinion.
Arsene Wenger said that he needs an overhaul of his ‘heavy’ Arsenal squad, but it is a well-known fact that ‘poker-face’ Wenger will always hold out for the best price he can get for departing stars, as well as looking to bring in players at bargain prices.
Arsenal have been linked with a deal to sign Arda Turan for a few seasons now, and this summer looks our best chance of landing him.
The midfielder played bit-part role at the Nou Camp last season, and has failed to earn a regular starting spot since joining from Atletico Madrid.