With the international break yet to be broken up by domestic football for the Premier League sides, the rumour-mill has continued to roll, with Arsenal continually speculated.
Arsenal are claimed to be eyeing a move to sign Real Madrid’s Marcos Llorente this summer.
The midfielder spent last season on loan with La Liga side Deportivo Alaves, and started 36 matches throughout the campaign, as well as picking up two substitute appearances. Aside from that, he only has three senior appearances for Real Madrid, all of which came from the bench.
Latest reports are claiming that Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane is keen on signing Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal this summer.
The Chilean international’s future has been up in the air for the last 12 months, with him and his club failing to agree personal terms over a new contract, and he has made some comments hinting towards the exit door.
Arsenal have had a bid rejected for Borussia Dortmund’s Ousmane Dembele, and will hopefully return with another one.
The French international is one of the best players in Europe currently, and for me is the next player who will challenge for the Ballon D’Or for a number of years.
Real Madrid look to be upping their effort to land Kylian Mbappe for a likely World Record sum, and are believed to be looking to raise funds for his signature.
Arsenal had been linked with a surprise big-money signing of the Monaco wonderkid, with the belief that they would recoup that money when he joined Real Madrid or Barcelona in a few years time.
Real Madrid are the latest name to be linked with a move to sign Hector Bellerin from Arsenal.
Barcelona are claimed to be eyeing a summer move for the Spain international, citing the Gunners dismal season as well as the doubt over the club’s main assets as weakness, and will try and use that to lure Bellerin away from the club.
Arsenal are being linked with a move to sign James Rodriguez from Real Madrid this summer, while Alexis Sanchez looks destined to quit the club.
The Chilean is out of contract in 2018 and looks no closer to signing an extension, which will leave Arsenal at risk of losing him for free in a year if they do not find a buyer in the coming window.
Our club is currently under a cloud of doubt, and with much speculative talk about possible departures this summer, we thought we’d look into the possible arrivals.
Three players we are linked with are all starring in La Liga, with two of which are owned by Real Madrid currently.