Arsenal 'have better chance to sign Camavinga than any other club', Ramsey 'dreaming of Gunners transfer'

ARSENAL will have a better chance of signing Eduardo Camavinga than any other club if they make a serious bid, according to reports.

The Rennes star, who is also target for Real Madrid, is said to be high on the Gunners' radar this summer.

But an alternative could be an emotional return for Aaron Ramsey, who is said to be dreaming of rejoining the Gunners.

And Stan Kroenke is said to be keen to bring in a number of big names in an "exceptional" summer transfer window, after retaining control of the club.

Spotify owner Daniel Ek confirmed he made a bid for the Gunners but says it was rejected by the Kroenke family.

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    ARSENAL have been given a boost in their chase for Julian Brandt after Bernd Leno revealed he’s been texting the Borussia Dortmund star to join him in London, via Sport 1.

    Reports claim Brandt, 24, has emerged as a top summer target for Mikel Arteta.

    Dortmund’s versatile attacking midfielder is said to have a release clause worth just £22million this summer.

    Brandt is also believed to be open to a transfer after scoring five goals in 61 games for Dortmund.

    A stunning switch to the Emirates could now be on the cards as Arteta also lines up an exit for flop winger Willian.

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    PSG are still looking at Hector Bellerin, according to The Athletic.

    The French outfit are in need of a right-back this season, and have reportedly eyed Kieran Trippier and Serge Aurier

    Barcelona have previously been linked with a move for the Spaniard, whose future is currently up in the air.

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    Arsenal have already made an offer for Sheffield United star Sander Berge.

    That's according to French outlet Jeunes Footeux, which was one one of the first to report Arsenal's interest in the Norweigan.

    And understands Berge is keen on a move to Arsenal, particularly if the Gunners can convince Real Madrid to let them keep Martin Odegaard beyond this season.

    Sheffield United are believed to be willing to sell, and althoug Liverpool and Tottenham are interested, Arsenal are favourites to land the midfielder.

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    Any move for France starlet Eduardo Camavinga would surely see him join some of these Arsenal stars on this list…

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    A timely post from Arsenal about Aaron Ramsey's FA Cup heroics following reports the Welshman could return to the Emirates.

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    Arsenal have expressed an interest in Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo, according to reports.

    Mikel Arteta is said to be keeping a close eye on the relegated Cottagers' players with Adarabioyo reportedly at the top of the wanted list.

    The 23-year-old is open to leaving Fulham at the end of the season after they went down, according to the Athletic.

    Centre-back Adarabioyo has played 34 times in the Premier League for the doomed Cottagers this season.

    Fulham only signed the Englishman in October – paying Manchester City an initial £1.5million with an extra £500k of add-ons included in the deal.

    And this season's Prem champions also included a 20 per cent sell-on clause meaning the Whites will only see 80 per cent of any money they get from Arsenal.

    Adarabioyo spent 18 years at City and Arteta knows him from his own time at the Etihad working under Pep Guardiola.

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    He said: “Martinelli is a boy, but we always talk.

    “A few weeks ago, I was taking free kicks and he asked me, “How do you do it like that? Do you take free kicks like corner kicks?”

    “And I said that he needed to start taking free kicks, because he is a striker and needs to score goals and it was really cool, because nobody had ever asked me about it.”

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    The Arsenal winger revealed injuries have played a part in why fans are yet to see him hit his Chelsea form in north London.

    He told Brazilian outlet Lance: “I had a good start and I never had many injuries, I always showed regularity, but I was out on three occasions this year. That’s why I couldn’t be Willian of Chelsea.

    "I hope to return to my high level and a bad season does not define my qualities and my potential. I still want to win titles.”

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    The Arsenal winger also opened up on his goals to regain his spot in the Brazil squad…but accepted he must do better at club level first.

    He said: “My goal is to return to the Brazilian team and play the next World Cup.

    “I know that the moment is not appropriate for my return because of the difficult season I had, but I want to resume good football, regularity, be productive with goals and assists, as it was at Chelsea, and represent Brazil.”

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    Willian has lifted the lid on the differences between training at Arsenal and Chelsea following a difficult first season with the Gunners.

    He told Brazil outlet Lance: “Each coach has his own way of working and each club has a philosophy of play.

    “I was used to a more physical, intense training system.

    “At Arsenal, with Arteta, we work much more on the tactical issue, aiming and opponent. We must respect and I must adapt to this new model.”

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    AFTV's Robbie Lyle has joined calls for an independent regulator – to change the way football is run.

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    Gary Neville and five other former England stars have united to call for an independent regulator – to change the way football is run.

    Neville, Gary Lineker, Rio Ferdinand, Jamie Redknapp, Jamie Carragher and Micah Richards were among the signatories to an open letter urging fans from across the country to sign a Parliamentary petition backing the idea.

    They hope to persuade former Sports minister Tracey Crouch to recommend the appointment of an all-powerful regulator as part of her “fan-led review” of the game.

    The letter, also signed by other media figures and supporter groups, states that “as football fans, we were appalled by the attempt to set up a European Super League”.

    They add: “It was a direct threat to the integrity of the game; destroying the concept of sporting merit and open competition.

    “Supporters came together with one voice to oppose the cynical power-grab by a group of wealthy owners.

    “The furious protests were heard and the breakaway fell apart.

    “Now we must make sure this never happens again."

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    Arsenal are reportedly interested in a potential deal for Fulham star Tosin Adarabioyo.

    The 23-year-old has been a rare shining light for the relegated Cottagers this season and has attracted interest from a number of Premier League sides.

    And the Athletic claim Arsenal are set to rival Newcastle for his signature.

    The report adds that Mikel Arteta knows Tosin well from their time together at Manchester City and could be key to agreeing a deal.

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    Here's why Arsenal are so interested in Brighton star Yves Bissouma.

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    Exclusive by Duncan Wright: Liverpool and Arsenal have been told it will need at least £40million if they want to sign Brighton star Yves Bissouma.

    The midfielder has become one of the hottest properties in the Premier League after his displays this season and but the Seagulls are determined to get top money if they have to sell.

    Liverpool have tracked the 24-year-old all season as they search for a replacement for Gini Wijnaldum who is expected to leave when his contract expires this summer.

    Boss Jurgen Klopp is understood to have gone as far as checking out his personality and professionalism after being convinced by his on-field abilities to dictate games.

    But Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is also desperate to capture the services of the Mali international as he looks to overhaul his squad at the Emirates.

    The Gunners want to pair Bissouma with Thomas Partey to produce a midfield capable of competing against the best teams in the Premier League from next year.

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    Arsenal are set to rival Manchester United in the race to land Bayer Leverkusen winger Moussa Diaby this summer.

    Caught Offside claim the 21-year-old’s performances in the Bundesliga, have attracted interest from the Premier League.

    Diaby has notched an impressive return of 10 goals and 13 assists this season and both United and Arsenal are looking to strengthen out wide.

    Yet the report adds that Leverkusen won’t let him go on the cheap, with a fee of at least £45million required to convince them to sell.

    The Gunners are weighing up attacking reinforcements in the market with Willian rumoured to be heading for the exit door.

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    Arsenal will reportedly go toe-to-toe with bitter rivals Tottenham to sign Lyon defender Joachim Andersen.

    Anderson, 24, spent the season on loan with the recently-relegated Fulham but impressed in what was a disappointing campaign for the Cottagers.

    according to The Daily Telegraph, Spurs are 'in pole position' to sign the Denmark international.

    It's been reported Tottenham are willing to splash out close to £35million to add Andersen to their collection of centre-backs.

    Arsenal could, however, match Spurs' seemingly imminent bid for the defender as they view him as a potential replacement for David Luiz.

    Lyon are keen to retain Andersen's services, although their current financial situation will likely force them to cash in on their prized assets.

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    Granit Xhaka and Bernd Leno are among a string of players set to leave this summer, reports say.

    Xhaka has been a vital part of manager Mikel Arteta’s reign, playing as a central partner for Thomas Partey and also as a makeshift left-back.

    And keeper Leno has been the Gunners No1 since his arrival from Bayer Leverkusen in 2018.

    But according to The Athletic, Arsenal staff are growing concerned the experienced pair will push for a transfer in the summer.

    And it gets worse, with defender David Luiz, 34, and striker Alexandre Lacazette, 29, also facing uncertain futures.

    Meanwhile, Aaron Ramsey would ‘love’ to return to Arsenal this summer, according to reports.

    The Welsh midfielder has struggled for form and fitness since moving to Italy to join Juventus on a free transfer in 2019.

    According to a report seen by The Mirror, the 30-year-old is keen on a return to the Emirates.

    These claims have been supported by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, who told The Arsenal Lounge podcast: “Aaron Ramsey would love to join Arsenal again.

    “At Juventus he is struggling, he’s not playing [and has had] many injuries.
    “He will be on the market 100 per cent, he will be available. If Arsenal want to go for Ramsey, they know they have a chance.

    “But at the moment there’s nothing advanced or serious with Ramsey yet.”

    And finally, WIllian is expected to leave Arsenal this summer with Inter Miami among those in the transfer race, reports say.

    According to Fabrizio Romano, the winger, along with countrymen David Luiz, is looking to leave the club.

    Inter Miami were interested in taking him to MLS last year before he opted to remain in England with Arsenal.

    And they are joined by other European sides lodging interest in the 32-year-old.

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    Arsenal owners are reportedly planning an exceptional transfer window this summer.

    AFC Bell, who first broke the news of Thomas Partey to the Gunners, claim the Kroenke family are keen to mend fences between them and the fans.

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    Arsenal repaid their respects to the club's women's team's manager Joe Montemurro following his last game in charge today.

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    WIllian is expected to leave Arsenal this summer with Inter Miami among those in the transfer race, reports say.

    According to Fabrizio Romano, the winger, along with countrymen David Luiz, is looking to leave the club.

    Inter Miami were interested in taking him to MLS last year before he opted to remain in England with Arsenal.

    And they are joined by other European sides lodging interest in the 32-year-old.

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    Arsenal should not sign Dani Ceballos from Real Madrid on a permanent deal, according to club legend Ian Wright.

    The Spanish midfielder is currently on loan until the end of the season.

    Wright told Premier League Productions: “I don’t think we should be signing Ceballos, I just don’t think he’s what we need now.

    “I think that we’ve got young players coming through who should get an opportunity in front of Ceballos.

    “If he’s going to do anything to stay at Arsenal it would’ve been seen already by now.”

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    Any move for France starlet Eduardo Camavinga would surely see him join some of these Arsenal stars on this list…

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    Arsenal have denied receiving a £2bn takeover approach from Spotify founder Daniel Ek’s consortium.

    But the Swedish billionaire, 38, hit back and insisted he DID table a bid to buy the Premier League side from unpopular owner Stan Kroenke.

    In a statement released on Saturday evening, he said: “This week an offer was made to both Josh Kroenke and their bankers that included ownership, representation at the board and a golden share for the supporters.

    “They replied they don’t need the money. I respect their decision but remain interested and available should that situation ever change.”

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    Former Arsenal target Jorginho has quashed any rumours regarding his Chelsea future by insisting he's happy at Stamford Bridge.

    Speaking to the PA news agency before the FA Cup final, the 29-year-old said: "It feels great after three years and I know everyone here appreciates what I try to do for the club and for the people.

    "So it feels like home now in England. How could I want to leave the club?

    "I've got two more years and like I said, I really feel at home here. So there's no point actually even talking about it [the possibility of a transfer].

    "And we have only just started under Thomas [Tuchel] – we've got a lot more to do here."

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