TRANSFER: Arsenal to sign £20m rated Brazilian International this summer

Juventus could be open to allowing Arthur Melo to leave the Allianz Stadium if a reasonable offer arrives in this campaign’s transfer window as Arsenal remain top suitor.

The Bianconeri are willing to accept a loan move for Brazil international with a buy option, and Arsenal have reportedly reignited their interest in the midfielder.

Melo was close to signing for the London club in winter, only for the Old Lady to disagree with Arsenal over the loan proposal on the table.

As a result, Arthur stayed back at Juventus.

However, the 25-year-old midfielder is surplus to requirements in Turin as Allegri moves in a different direction with the choice of footballers at his disposal.

The arrival of Pogba on a free transfer has given Allegri a new dimension to reshape his midfield.

It leaves no room for footballers like Adrien Rabiot and the Brazilian midfielder, with the Gunners still reportedly keen on the latter.

Arsenal’s offer in winter for the Brazilian was a simple loan, with the Old Lady unable to agree on the terms offered by Arsenal.

The Gunners reportedly reignited their interest in the South American midfielder as the Mikel Arteta actively searches for a new footballer to improve the central areas.

Other footballers are mentioned, including Youri Tielemans, who is close to completing his move to North London.

The former Barcelona midfielder certainly holds qualities that attract Mikel Arteta, as the player ticks many boxes needed for the left central midfield position.

The same goes for Youri Tielemans who is currently valued at around £25-£30m and Lucas Paqueta, who is available for €40m after Lyon recently slapped a huge £40m price tag for interested buyers.

Youri Tielemans is Arsenal’s top interest, alternatives for him include Love case Paqueta and Arthur Melo.

Source: goonernews

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