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Arsenal FC transfer news: Newcastle deal done, striker latest, plus more

first_img 5 5 Arda Turan (Barcelona) – Arsenal continue to be linked with the Turkey international and they will be boosted in their pursuit after Marca reported the player is up for sale. The Catalans are reportedly underwhelmed by the player’s impact after a switch last summer and accept they will make a loss on him. Now Euro 2016 is finally over, the transfer business might be about to get hectic as Arsenal look to improve their squad.Manager Arsene Wenger has been over in France watching the tournament and has no doubt had his eyes on a few players.A striker is clearly on his mind after he attempted to sign Jamie Vardy from Premier League champions Leicester City, but who else is he after?Click the right arrow above for the latest transfer rumours and news… Isaac Hayden – Arsenal have though done one deal with the Magpies as midfielder Hayden, 21, quits the Emirates in hope of kick-starting his career on Tyneside as Newcastle look to earn promotion back to the Premier League at the first attempt. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) – The Gunners are one of a number of top clubs to chase the Senegalese centre-back but Everton are also serious rivals with the Daily Mail suggesting they have enquired after the player, and could go high with their bid for the player. Mauro Icardi (Inter Milan) – The 23-year-old’s time at the Serie A club may already up, despite just three seasons with the club, where he has become captain. According to his wife, who was speaking to Calcio Mercato, he’s up for grabs this summer, which could see Arsenal and Chelsea’s interest in the forward perk up. 5 5 5 Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United) – Click the right arrow above for more Arsenal transfer news… – The French star came to life at Euro 2016 and was extremely impressive in the final against Portugal, despite Les Bleus’ extra-time defeat. Any hopes Arsenal had of landing the recently relegated Toon star on the cheap are fading quickly though, with owner Mike Ashley and managing director Lee Charnley unwilling to do business unless a serious bid of around £35m comes in for the 26-year-old. last_img read more