Arsenal turn their attention towards the Premier League for new signings

Arsenal has been tipped to overhaul their midfield this summer and they could get reinforcements in the Premier League.

They may lose Granit Xhaka in this transfer window if they finally reach an agreement with AS Roma over the sale of the Swiss midfielder.

The departure of the former Borussia Monchengladbach man would mean they have lost at least three midfield players after Dani Ceballos and Martin Odegaard returned to Real Madrid following their loan spell at the Emirates.

Arsenal has also allowed Matteo Guendouzi to join Olympique Marseille on loan for the rest of the season while Lucas Torreira remains out of favour under Mikel Arteta.

They have been linked with moves for the likes of Manuel Locatelli and Houssem Aouar this summer, however, Sky Sports has curated some reports closer to home and shows they could sign two Premier League midfielders.

Referencing Portuguese newspaper, Record, the report says the Gunners have started negotiations with Wolves over signing Ruben Neves.

It adds that the Daily Star is also claiming that they have an interest in James Maddison with the Leicester City star impressing Arteta.

They will reportedly make their move for him in the next few days before the transfer window closes.

Tags James Maddison Ruben Neves


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  1. Stewart Macintosh says:

    Why would Maddison come to us right now? Same with Grealish…

    1. Tk Jongwe says:

      Jd they will double his wages, could be tempting

    2. Yossarian says:

      Glad to hear they plan on making a move “Before the transfer window closes”. That will definitely make it easier to get it done 😉

  2. Sean Williams says:

    I cannot think of a player more suited to Arsenal as James Maddison. Maybe look at Yves Bissouma or Ruben Neves too. It’s gonna cost us for top engine room players. James Maddison has a lot of Aaron Ramsey in him. He is a top player. In reality although we have signed Albert Sambi Lokonga, we only have Joe Willock, Thomas Partey and Elneny as other midfielders. Elneny is bog standard and not top four material. Pretty insane to have too few midfielders. If we don’t buy then we have not actually got a midfield. Soooo…..James Maddison please.

    1. Bulega faiswali says:

      James is a good player even used with premier league but try casamilo or ngolo kante for trophies

    2. Denise Birdcramp says:

      Especially when Elneny and Partey go to African Cup of Nations! Poor Willock will be the only player in our midfield 😂

      1. Sue says:

        That is some name 😂👍

        1. Admin Pat says:

          I agree Sue. I was very close to deleting it !

          1. Sue says:

            Glad you didn’t, Pat!


    Aour and Madison if not Marco verati

    1. Adeshka osca says:

      Absolutely you made the decision 💯

  4. Websurfer says:

    Is not going to happen. Move on.

  5. Junior says:

    James Maddison, Ruben Neves/Yves Bissoma.

  6. Biscuitbum says:

    I don’t believe anyone really believes that Maddison will be allowed to leave, or that if he were, Leicester would sell to us.

  7. Reggie says:

    The only way we get Maddison is if we sell ESR and i dont want that at all. We dont sell our best young talent!

  8. Adizejr10 says:

    I would have been excited to see James Madison with icon number 10 and Haussem Aour with iconic number 8 let The bids be completed.

  9. O.T.S says:

    Arsenal’s transfer plans still over my head can’t imagine we let Real sociedad sign mat yan for a fee that is as low as 1million. Mat was fanatic playing for Arsenal, he was calm and a good passer of the ball. Isn’t he the type of goalkeeper we’ve been searching for? In the few moments I watched him play for Arsenal he was mile ahead of erratic Leno. His composure on the ball is what I cherish most . What are you trying to achieve Edu?

    1. O.T.S says:

      ****Fantastic playing for AFC

  10. gunnerforlife says:

    Madison coming to Arsenal is highly doubtful, Neves is more realistic.

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