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ARSENAL have made Leicester midfielder Youri Tielemans their next transfer priority signing, according to reports.

It comes after the Gunners had a £47million bid for Lazio midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic rejected earlier this week, accordingto Italian newspaper Il Messaggero.

Lazio want at least £68m for his services – a fee of which the Gunners would be reluctant to pay.

And Tielemans is said to be available for a cut price £25m after refusing to sign a new deal with Leicester.

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    Saka tipped for Arsenal stay

    Arsenal star Bukayo Saka will not be leaving from the Emirates this summer.

    That's according to Arsenal legend Kevin Campbell who said to Highbury Squad: "He is already under contract.

    "These things are not just going to get done in a couple of months.

    "These things could take six months, but Arsenal are not, trust me, they are not going to sell Saka in this window. No chance. No chance”

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    Arsenal's first Dybs

    Paulo Dybala is considering a move to the Premier League this summer.

    Dybala officially left Juventus when his contract expired at the end of last month and is now a free agent.

    Inter Milan have been heavily linked with a swoop for the Argentina international, who met with the club's vice-president Javier Zanetti last month.

    However, according to Sky Sport Italia, the Nerazzurri have put the forward on stand-by following the return of Romelu Lukaku on loan from Chelsea.

    The 28-year-old will now look to the Premier League as his next potential destination as Arsenal have been in contact with his agent in a bid to lure him to North London.

    Manager Mikel Arteta needs another striker despite the arrival of Gabriel Jesus after he lost both Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

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    Arsenal fixture amendments

    Some of Arsenal's Premier League fixtures have been amended ahead of the coming season.

    The Gunners' clash with Bournemouth on August 20 away will take place at 5.30pm instead of 3pm.

    The same time change goes for the North Londoners' meeting against London rivals Fulham on August 27 at home.

    Arsenal's match with Aston Villa at the Emirates has been moved from August 30 to August 31 at 7.30pm.

    The big clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford will take place on September 4 at 4.30pm instead of September 3.

    Arsenal vs Everton has been moved for September 11 at 2pm instead of September 10.

    And Brentford vs Arsenal takes place on September 18 at 2pm instead of September 17

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    The full Paq-age

    Arsenal are among Premier League teams showing interest in Lyon star Lucas Paqueta.

    According to ESPN Brasil, the Gunners, Tottenham and Manchester City have all held talks to sign Paqueta.

    Discussions were reportedly held regarding a potential move in recent weeks.

    But negotiations didn't go further than the preliminary stage

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    Lisandro Martinez demand

    Ajax star Lisandro Martinez has allegedly told his club that he wants to quit the club and move to the Premier League.

    Martinez is wanted by both Manchester United and Arsenal to bolster their backlines.

    The two clubs have both been haggling with the Amsterdam giants over his transfer fee.

    But it is the United that appear to be leading the chase after offering just shy of £40million for the centre-back.

    Now both the Red Devils and the Gunners have received a major boost after reports emerged that the Argentina international has told Ajax he wants to depart for England

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    Lisandro Martinez bidding war

    Manchester United are confident of beating Arsenal to signing Lisandro Martinez after meeting with Ajax chiefs.

    United have reportedly tabled a fee just shy of £40m for Martinez.

    The Dutch champs’ new director of football Klaas-Jan Huntelaar travelled to London on Saturday to meet with United reps, according to the Mirror.

    And after talks with Huntelaar, the Red Devils are said to be confident of beating the Gunners in the race to sign the centre-back.

    The Manchester giants have made a bid worth an initial £35.3m, with a further £4.3m available in add-ons.

    The total package works out at £39.6m, with the Amsterdam giants reportedly valuing the Argentina international at £43m.

    Martinez would rather reunite with former boss Erik ten Hag at Old Trafford than join the Gunners.

    According to The Athletic, United have “edged ahead as favourites” to land the 24-year-old for around £35m

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    Arsenal insist on Milinkovic-Savic

    Arsenal, though, are still persistent in the transfer pursuit of Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

    The Gunners reportedly had a €55million (£47.2m) offer for Milinkovic-Savic rebuffed as the Serie A side wanted more cash.

    But the North Londoners are preparing to issue a new and improved bid for the midfielder, according to Il Messaggero.

    However, Arsenal are reluctant to depart with the €65m (£55.8m) Lazio president Claudio Lotito is demanding.

    Although the Gunners are said to be in constant contact with the Serbia international’s agent Mateja Kezman to try and get a deal done

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    Arsenal prioritise Tielemans

    Arsenal are pressing ahead with plans to sign a new midfielder this summer.

    And the Gunners are prioritising Leicester star Youri Tielemans for the role ahead of Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, according to Fabrizio Romano.

    That’s because Tielemans will cost the Gunners 40million less than Milinkovic-Savic.

    The Belgium international’s contract expires in 2023, which means the Foxes could be open to letting him go on the cheap now.

    Whilst Lazio are demanding £68m for Milinkovic-Savic this summer

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