Arsenal are still keen on adding top-clas players to their ranks before the end of the summer transfer.
The Gunners have already signed left-back Nuno Tavares and midfielder Albert Sambi Lokongo.
However, Mikel Arteta is still on the hunt for further additions according to the reports from Britain.
The Spaniard is reportedly after a homegrown goalkeeper, as well as another fresh face in midfield and a new striker.
James Maddison on Arteta’s radar
Arsenal’s pursuit of Leicester City playmaker James Maddison has warmed up in the recent weeks, however, they failed to make a breakthrough in the negotiations.
According to Football.London, the Gunners are set to table a fresh proposal involving Joe Willock as a part of the deal.
The 21-year-old forward has enjoyed a fruitful loan spell at Newcastle last season and the foxes have previously expressed interest in his services.
Southampton set to hijack Arsenal move for Tammy Abraham
Arsenal handed a massive blow in their pursuit of Tammy Abraham.
Southampton forward Danny Ings has finalised £25m move to Aston Villa and now Saints have joined Arsenal and hosts of European teams in the race to sign Tammy Abraham whose future at Stamford Bridge remains up in the air after adding Romelu Lukaku.
TalkSport are reporting that Southampton have been in talks with Chelsea over Abraham’s possible move to St Marry’s stadium.
Arsenal have reportedly had their eye on the attacker, however, the Blues are believed to demanding £40m for his signature.
Arsenal eye double Sheffield United raid
Arsenal are set to finally make a move for Sheffield United – duo Sander Berge and goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
It had been reported that the Blades could demand up to £40m for their keeper, while Berge is believed to be valued close to £25m.
But The Daily Star reports that it could take just £50m in order to lure both of them at the Emirates Stadium.