Arsenal will likely have a busy summer with an overhaul imminent. New faces are always expected during the transfer windows.
We look at five players tipped to join the Emirates stadium in the transfer window.
1. Tariq Lamptey
The young dazzling right-back has been linked with a move to Arsenal as a replacement for Hector Bellerin.
Lamptey plays for Brighton and is just 20 but he’s caught the attention of Arsenal, he possesses similar attributes that Bellerin once had.
He would cost Arsenal £30m and upwards however, the youngster is currently ruled out for the rest of the season with an injury.
2. Andre Silva
The Portuguese striker is having a stellar season down in Germany with Eintracht Frankfurt having netted 19 goals so far in the Bundesliga.
And according to MilanNews24 Silva is the number one striker target for Arsenal. The Gunners will of course ponder his signature should they decide to let go of Lacazette or should he refuse to extend his contract.
Landing the former AC Milan striker would come with a hefty fee given his current form, he’d cost nothing less than £35m.
3. Houssem Aouar
Arsenal could reignite their interest in Aouar who was close to joining last year. Lyon and Arsenal failed to reach an agreement on a transfer fee which led to the collapse of the deal.
But the Gunners are in desperate need of an attacking midfielder and would have to splash between £45m-£55m to land the talented midfielder.
4. Dani Ceballos
Not a new face but Arsenal could permanently sign Ceballos for a fee under £25m. The Spanish midfielder is on his second loan spell at Arsenal.
Ceballos has had mixed fortunes while at Arsenal but he may not be a bad signing for the Gunner’s midfield especially with age on his side.
Another player on loan who could be permanently signed is goalkeeper Mathew Ryan.
5. Jack Grealish
A bold inclusion and somewhat unrealistic signing Grealish would be a dream transfer. The Aston Villa star is able to play on the wing and through the middle.
Grealish has goal, assists and flair, the exact person Arsenal need in their attack. He would cost Arsenal somewhere around £100m. But it’s not impossible the Gunners did shock everyone when they splashed £72m on Nicolas Pepe.
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