Several sources claim that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is doing an excellent job by guaranteeing that his team qualifies for the UEFA Champions League next season ahead of close competitors such as Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspurs.
The Spanish coach, on the other hand, is considering bolstering his squad ahead of the upcoming summer transfer window in order to add some experienced players who will be capable of challenging for major silverware.
It is widely assumed that Mohammed Elneny would not be retained by the club at the conclusion of the season, and as a result, Emery will need to bolster his midfield.
According to Football London, Arsenal will eventually be able to sign Juventus and Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo in an exchange swap deal that will see Gabriel Magahaels move to the other side of the field as well.
A perfect replacement for Chiellini, who is poised to retire from football after a glittering career with the Italian giants, Gabriel is being hailed as the best player in the world right now.
Despite the fact that this is a fantastic opportunity for Arteta to make his dream signing, losing Gabriel would be a huge mistake given his great start to the season in the Premier League
Meanwhile, according to the same rumours, Arsenal would be needed to spend £40 million in order to recruit Gabriel Jesus from Manchester City.
Last but not least, do you believe Arteta should accept the swap agreement?
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