Nicolas Pepe could still be on his way out of Arsenal in the January transfer window and the Gunners are said to have launched a bid to sign a wonderkid from mainland Europe
Arsenal‘s season is going from strength to strength and the Gunners are hoping to translate their good work on the pitch to the transfer market.
The north Londoners spent over £150million on six players in summer, bringing in six players who have all made an impact on Arteta’s first-team.
But could there be some departures as well as incomings?
Here, Mirror Football rounds up the latest gossip from the Emirates.
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Vlahovic ‘price drop’
Reports in Italy claim that the asking price of striking sensation Dusan Vlahovic is set to drop next summer.
Corriere della Sera outline that the Serbian could be available for just €40million (£33.9m).
However, the Gunners are set to face heavy competition from Juventus for the 21-year-old.
Pepe sale considered
With Emile Smith Rowe and Bukayo Saka shining out wide, the Gunners could be willing to cash in on Pepe, who they signed for a club-record £80 million in 2019.
Now 26, the ex-Lille man may need a change of scenery to reignite his career.
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Wonderkid bid launched
Arsenal have supposedly made an official offer for Romanian wonderkid Ianis Stoica.
The 18-year-old currently plays for FCSB in his homeland and the club’s owner, Gigi Becali, has seemingly confirmed that the Gunners have made a bid.
Becalm told as.ro: “I currently have [an offer of] €7.5million for Ianis Stoica.
“And I want €10m plus 20% [from a future transfer],” he said before confirming that the bid came from the Emirates.
Stoica, also linked with Bologna and Galatasaray, has six goals and two assists for FCSB this season which sees him average a direct goal contribution every 73 minutes.