According to rumours, Arsenal intends to add at least four players this summer to help with the Champions League next season.
The Gunners are having a fantastic season under Mikel Arteta, and barring a major setback, they appear poised to make the Champions League next season.
If they defeat Everton on Wednesday night, they will have the chance to overtake second-place Manchester City by five points.
In January, Arteta recruited Jorginho, Leandro Trossard, and Jacub Kiwior to the team. According to The Times, the Spaniard does have intentions to add two more midfielders, a winger, and a left back this summer.
Declan Rice has been identified as Granit Xhaka’s possible successor, according to Arsenal’s transfer plans, despite the West Ham midfielder being strongly linked with a move to the Emirates.
According to journalist Gary Jacobs of The Times, while Chelsea is also interested in the England international, Arsenal is “confident of beating Chelsea” to his signature.
As Rice turned down many offers from the Hammers and reiterated his desire to play in the Champions League, Jacobs predicted that Rice might cost £80 million.
After having two offers for the 21-year-old Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo rejected in January, Arteta could try again.
According to the report, the club may sell Kieran Tierney to pay for moves since Newcastle is rumored to be interested in the Scottish left defender.
This season, the 25-year-old has only made four Premier League starts, with Oleksandr Zinchenko being the preferred option.
Nuno Tavares, the full back on loan at Marseilles, and midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga, who is now playing for Crystal Palace, are reportedly both candidates for sales this summer.
Emile Smith Rowe, who hasn’t been a member of the club this season because of groin surgery, will also be up for consideration by Arteta.
While also dealing with Folarin Balogun’s issue, the club. The striker, who is on loan at Reims, has exploded into the French scene this year, surpassing Kylian Mbappe to become Ligue 1’s second-highest scorer.
Given that Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah appear to be ahead of Balogun at the Emirates, he is likely to desire to play for the first team.
In the summer, a plethora of teams will be vying for the Englishman’s talents, and Arsenal may try to capitalize on that desire.