Arsenal transfer news as Mikel Arteta capitalises on Barcelona duo

  • Barcelona are in a horrid financial position
  • Arsenal plan to capitalise by signing their talented duo
  • An update on Adrian Rabiot
  • & More in today’s Arsenal transfer news
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In today's Arsenal transfer news - Mikel Arteta plans to capitalise on this talented Barcelona duo, an update on Adrien Rabiot & more.

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Today's Arsenal transfer news roundup

Arsenal shortlist talented Barcelona duo

It is widely documented that Barcelona are in a horrid financial situation. Therefore, the best course of action might be to sell some of their players, to recuperate on losses.

According to a report by Fichajes, Arsenal could be a big beneficiary, should this be the resort Barca go to. It is claimed within the Spanish outlet that Arsenal would like to sign Raphinha and Ferran Torres this summer, both of which are talented players of Barcelona.

Brentford eye their Ivan Toney replacement

One striker who Arsenal are currently linked with is Ivan Toney. The Brentford striker is high on the Gunners shortlist after returning from his suspension for breeching betting rules in the Premier League.

According to a claim by Football London, Brentford have their eyes on Ivan Toney's successor as they are being linked to Josh Sargent of Norwich City. From the Gunners' perspective, this could mean Toney is on his way out and Brentford know it, or at least we hope...

Arsenal prioritise Viktor Gyokeres

According to a claim by TodoFichajes, Sporting striker Viktor Gyokeres has become a transfer priority for Arsenal this summer. The 25-year-old has scored an impressive 29 goals across all competitions this season, making him one of the most in-form strikers in Europe.

Adrien Rabiot could stick with Juventus

Despite endless interest from Arsenal in the last decade, Adrien Rabiot is not thought to be pursuing a move to North London this summer, despite his contract ending at Juventus. According to Caught Offside, Fabrizio Romano has stated that he would prefer to extend his contract wirth Juventus, than entertain any Premier League move.

In his own words, Romano said: “From what I heard, Rabiot will also give priority to talks with Juventus over a new deal before deciding his future.”


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