Arsenal transfer round-up: Real Madrid name Marco Asensio price as £77m star ‘snubs move’

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Arsenal may be the biggest spenders of the summer transfer window, but it appears that Mikel Arteta’s side is looking to build and strengthen the squad with some additional additions.

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Arsenal’s summer transfer window is now bearing fruit, but Mikel Arteta and the manager are not ready to rest on their laurels.

It took a while for Arsenal to immerse their new recruits in the first team, but they’ve looked like a fantastic outfit ever since.

They have not lost a Premier League game since August, and their 2-0 win away to Leicester City was a key statement for the rest of the league.

Arsenal are now within walking distance of the top four, and with no European football to disrupt their season, who knows where this season could end?

But Edu and Arteta are always on the lookout for potential new recruits to strengthen and update their team, and mirror sport Take a look at the latest rumors about the Emirates Stadium.

Real Madrid name price on Asensio

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Marco Asensio hasn’t played the full 90 minutes in La Liga this season



Arsenal have been linked with a possible move by Real Madrid playmaker Marco Asensio.

The Spaniard may have made ten appearances this season, but he hasn’t played the full 90 minutes for Carlo Ancelotti’s side in La Liga.

While his three goals in 10 matches aren’t a bad comeback, those three came in a 6-1 defeat against Mallorca in September.





And reports from El Nacional understand that the 13-times European champions are willing to part with the 25-year-old for £34m.

It’s a relatively modest fee for a player with two Champions League titles to his name.

At 25 years old, he has plenty of time to improve and regain his momentum, and the Emirates Stadium looks like a happy place.

Vlahovic is the latest Serie A star to beat Arsenal







Dusan Vlahovic is the second best scorer in the Italian league



With eight goals in 12 Serie A matches, Dusan Vlahovic has emerged as one of the most important hotels in Europe.

The Fiorentina striker’s superb finishing touch has sparked interest from some of Europe’s top clubs, and La Viola manager Joe Barron has not ruled out selling the Serbian in January.

The likes of Liverpool and Manchester City are believed to be keeping an eye on the 21-year-old who recently decided not to extend his contract that expired in 2023.

Sky Sports Italia has claimed that Arsenal have met with Fiorentina officials to discuss a possible move, however, it has also been reported that the player and his agent want to look into their offers and are likely to ignore Arsenal.

Indeed, if the Gunners were to sign the highly-rated star, it is understood they would have to bid in excess of £77m, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.

If Vlahovic decides not to move to Arsenal, it will be the third Serie A star to reject the Gunners’ advance, after Manuel Locatelli and Joaquin Correa rejected the opportunity to join Arteta’s side.

German giants flirting with a point







Eddie Nketia hasn’t played since he scored a fine goal against Leeds United in the League Cup



Eddie Nkeitia has attracted attention on the continent with reports suggesting that Borussia Moenchengladbach are preparing to move for the striker.

The 22-year-old has started only two League Cup matches this season, but has netted in both matches against Wimbledon and Leeds United.

His future has been the subject of intense speculation since Crystal Palace made a £12m bid for the striker, whose contract expires next summer.




A move to the free-flowing Patrick Vieira has yet to materialize, however, and The Sun reports that Bundesliga giants Mönchengladbach are considering a January offer for the dynamic striker.

The Adi Hatter are currently eighth in the Bundesliga, but they recently defeated Bayern Munich 5-0 in an amazing match.

Unlike the summer window, Arsenal have little leverage in the negotiations, with January being their last chance to cash in on the young player, unless he signs a new contract.


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