There are a growing number of Arsenal transfer rumours concerning the future of our Chile international star Alexis Sanchez, who along with the other big name Arsenal star Mesut Ozil is currently in talks with the club about an extension to their current contracts which will have just one year left to run at the end of this season.
Arsenal are claimed to be watching Juventus striker Moise Kean closely at present.
The 16 year-old has impressed for the Italian giants Under-17 side, scoring 24 goals in 25 outings last term, and is being watched by a number of European sides.
Arsenal pair Alexis Sanchez and Hector Bellerin are being targeted for January moves according to reports.
The Chilean forward has been the subject of strong speculation in recent weeks, with claims that he is demanding more money than the Gunners have been willing to pay thus far.
He may not be the striker that a lot of Arsenal fans were hoping to see come to north London this summer to boost the fire power of the Gunners, but the Croatian Republic international Mario Mandzukic does have a lot going for him. And according to the latest Arsenal transfer rumours he could be available after his current club Juventus beat us to the mega money transfer of Gonzalo Higuain.
The Arsenal transfer target Gonzalo Higuain is apparently set to return to Italy and join up with his team mates and the coaching staff of Napoli four days from now, after his involvement with the Argentina national team all the way to the final of the Copa America which they lost on penalties to the Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez and his Chile side.
Arsenal do not even play the first match of this pre-season until next Friday when we face Lens in France, but Arsene Wenger is already facing something of a crisis in terms of his squad. No surprise there then. The Frenchman may well be hoping that the next few weeks prove that the likes of Theo Walcott, Joel Campbell and Chuba Akpom are more than capable of firing Arsenal to a good start in the Premier League, but the more realistic point of view is that we need more.
Just a few days it was looking like the chances of Arsenal completing the transfer of France’s Euro 2016 star Moussa Sissoko were slipping away after his current club Newcastle United chose to slap an inflated price tag of around £35 million on the fast and exciting attacking player.
Go on Arsenal fans, keep dreaming about the Gunners completing the transfer of the Spanish international forward Alvaro Morata, I dare you. I double dare you but in all honesty I think you would have a more productive time if you tried to make a model of the universe using only spaghetti hoops.