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Given that the season has come to an end, it does not really come as a surprise that there have been a number of transfer rumours to have started to circulate, especially where Arsenal are concerned.

Of course, there will always be plenty of discussion around Mikel Arteta’s side, with those enjoying www.arabic-casinos.net wanting to remain up-to-date with all of the latest news to have emerged.

Football.London has decided to take a look at some of the most intriguing of those rumours, with the following stories to have been reported by various other media outlets from around the world.

According to Spanish outlet AS, Arsenal are said to be very close to signing Alvaro Morata, with the current Atletico Madrid man being identified as a player who could potentially return to the Premier League.

Of course, we all know that he did not have the most enjoyable time at Chelsea, but it seems the Gunners could be about to try and convince him to return to England. Sport has claimed an offer of €30million (£26million) has already been lodged.

Marquinhos is thought to be a player that will be arriving at the Emirates Stadium in the near future, however it seems that there could be possible problems regarding a move.

It is understood that there could be some legal trouble surrounding that move, with Wolverhampton Wanderers said to be considering it. It has been claimed that the Molineux outfit had an agreement with the player about a transfer, but that now seems to be something that could end up being disputed.

Lastly, if Patrick Schick was ever considered to be a potential replacement and a striking option for the Gunners, it would seem that they have missed that opportunity.

The Bayer Leverkusen forward has been impressive across the European Championships and the Bundesliga, but that form saw him being able to convince his current employers with the chance to secure a new contract and extend his stay in Germany.

Now, unless the Gunners are prepared to pay a huge transfer fee, it would seem very unlikely we will see Schick appearing at the Emirates Stadium for Arsenal any time soon.

It will be interesting to see who Arsenal does decide to pursue this summer, however what all Arsenal fans will be hoping is that the players that they do sign will be the right type of player and those that can hit the ground running straight away!