Arsenal are keen on Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham - but two Gunners players could save them £40m This article contains affiliate links, we may receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. Learn more Arsenal may not need to raid Chelsea for Tammy Abraham in the summer transfer window - because of two young players already at the club.
Arsenal ‘reach transfer agreement with Fulham to sign Mika Biereth, 18, after young striker turns down new deal’
ARSENAL have signed former Fulham starlet Mika Biereth, according to reports. The 18-year-old banged in 21 goals in 21 games last season for the Cottagers' youth team. But after attracting interest from elsewhere, the Englishman snubbed a new deal at Craven Cottage in favour of a move.
How the Gunners got on in the first half of their pre-season friendly at London Colney Arthur Okonkwo: One excellent save from Benkik Afobe early on which shows what the youngster can do. A few shakey moments afterwards though including flapping at a long ball forwards into the box and dribbling a poor Elneny backpass out of play showed why he's not quite ready yet.
The Gunners can boost their budget for a much needed squad overhaul very easily this summer It is well known how important it is for Arsenal to get their purchases right in the transfer market this summer. After failing to qualify for European football for the first time in a quarter of a century, the Gunners are in desperate need of a squad overhaul, and despite having already brought in Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga they are still on the hunt for several players.
Mikel Arteta's reported side plan is to offload Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette in order to fund a move for primary forward target Tammy Abraham on loan with option to buy Arsenal are interested in a move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham this summer but must first sell two players in order to fund the move, according to reports.
Transfer News: Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham not opposed to Arsenal move According to The Athletic (Subscription Required) [h/t Metro], Tammy Abraham is aware of the interest from Arsenal and is open to joining the Gunners from Chelsea. The Englishman is put up for sale by Thomas Tuchel and Arsenal are alerted to his situation.
Arsenal 'will need to sell Alexandre Lacazette AND Eddie Nketiah' to make room for the signing of Tammy Abraham from Chelsea, with 'loan deal followed by £40m obligation to buy' offer on the table for the wantaway striker
Arsenal are reportedly interested in signing Tammy Abraham from Chelsea Initial loan deal followed by £40m obligation to buy has been proposed Abraham, 23, is open to a move after falling down pecking order at Chelsea But Arsenal may have to offload at least two forwards to make room for Abraham
Having reported on the latest pre-season friendlies involving Crystal Palace, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Tottenham Hotspur – all of whom are under new management – in our first set of Scout Notes from the weekend, we now turn our attention to six more games involving Premier League clubs. Norwich City, Arsenal, Brentford, Watford (twice) and Chelsea were all in action on Friday or Saturday and we’ll round up the key Fantasy talking points in our article below.
According to The Sun, new Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira is considering a raid on former club Arsenal for striker, Eddie Nketiah. Indeed, the England U21 international is understood to have emerged as a target at Selhurst Park in a potential £20m deal this summer having failed to command much of a starting berth under Mikel Arteta.
Many Glasgow Rangers fans were delighted with the performance of Calvin Bassey against Arsenal as the Gers drew 2-2 at Ibrox on Saturday. The Gers were in action in their third pre-season match of the summer as they hosted the Gunners in front of 2,000 supporters at their home stadium (rangers.co.uk).
Arsenal’s valuation of one of their wantaway players is halting transfer negotiations with an Italian club keen to sign him, a report has claimed. A number of players are looking like potentially leaving the Emirates this summer. Fringe individuals like Eddie Nketiah and Reiss Nelson have seen their contracts run down to just a year remaining.
See highlights of Arsenal's 2-2 draw at Rangers on Saturday. Arsenal's new signing Nuno Tavares opened his account for the Gunners with a goal against Rangers in this 2-2 draw on Saturday. Eddie Nketiah scored Arsenal's second of the match at Ibrox as the Gunners played out their second match so far of this preseason.
Many Glasgow Rangers fans were far from happy with the performance of Ianis Hagi during their 2-2 pre-season draw with Arsenal on Saturday. The Gers were in action in their third pre-season match against the Gunners at Ibrox, where 2,000 supporters were able to watch the clash unfold (rangers.co.uk).
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has affirmed that he is excited to welcome "some new faces" to the club ahead of their pre-season trip to the USA. The Gunners' only arrival of the summer transfer window so far has been Nuno Tavares, who took just 23 minutes to get off the mark for his new club in Saturday's pre-season draw with Rangers.
Mikel Arteta demands improvement in front of goal from Arsenal after draw with Rangers in pre-season friendly
Mikel Arteta is concerned by Arsenal’s lack of killer instinct in front of goal. After losing to Hibernian earlier in the week, Arsenal drew 2-2 with Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday. The Gunners conceded twice from set pieces, which was a concern for Arteta, while they passed up a string of chances to win the game comfortably.
Mikel Arteta gas hailed Nuno Tavares’ ‘great debut’ after the summer signing got on the score sheet in a pre-season friendly against Rangers. Arsenal completed the signing of the Portugal Under-21 international from Benfica last week with the left-back arriving at the club for a fee reportedly worth £8m.
Arsenal have completed the signing of Nuno Tavares from Benfica and expect to add Anderlecht midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga and Ben White from Brighton Mikel Arteta has admitted he expects “some new faces” to join his Arsenal squad as they prepare to fly out to America. The Gunners’ Scotland trip ended with a 2-2 draw with Rangers, following up their 2-1 defeat at the hands of Hibernian.
How Mikel Arteta's side fared in the second half of their 2-2 draw against Rangers at Ibrox on Saturday Karl Hein: Couldn’t do much about the second goal and made a good stop later in the second half. football.london understands that the Estonia international has yet to commit to a new deal, but he’ll be happy with his contribution today.