Arsenal has just five days left to sign more players before the summer transfer window closes on Thursday. They have been linked to a number of players before the window closes.
Arsenal is one of the teams that has spent the most on new players this summer. They have already signed five players for their first team.
Even so, it doesn’t look like they’re done with their work. Even though Mikel Arteta’s team beat Fulham at the Emirates Stadium to keep their perfect start to the season going, the Gunners are still being linked to a number of players.
We don’t know if Arsenal will be able to get more people in the door. Look at the latest transfer rumors coming out of the Emirates Stadium in the last 24 hours.
Gunners ‘worried’ over Pedro Neto
In recent days, Pedro Neto, a star player for Wolves, has been one of the most talked-about names that could move to North London. But there seems to be some worry about a switch.
Mail Online says that the Gunners are worried that they might not be able to afford to sign the Portuguese forward because Wolves are holding out for a big fee.
Since the Gunners have already spent a lot this summer, they also have to think about Financial Fair Play.
Liverpool and Man Utd are also in the race for Matt O’Riley.
Several big European clubs, like Arsenal, are keeping an eye on Matt O’Riley in case they want to make a late move for him.
ESPN says that the guy who used to play for Fulham has caught people’s attention with how he plays for Scottish giants Celtic. Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool, and Manchester United are also said to be interested in the midfielder. The Gunners have also been keeping an eye on him.
Even so, Newcastle United and Leicester City are also expected to make a move for Riley before the transfer window closes in early September. Wolfsburg and Lille have also watched him play.
Gunners starlet George Lewis departs on trial
George Lewis, a young player for Arsenal, has reportedly gone to Norway to try out for Sandefjord.
The 22-year-old has been training with the team this week in preparation for a possible switch, according to Sandefjords Blad. At this point, it’s not clear if it will be a temporary move or a permanent one.
Lewis, who is 22 years old, has been with the Gunners since last summer, but he has never played for their first team. He has just one year left on his current contract.