Michael Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, is eager on his team qualifying for the UEFA Champions League next season by consolidating their first-place finish ahead of close competitors such as Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, and Manchester United.
Arteta can only keep his chances of a top-four push alive with new additions in the midfield and attacking departments, given the uncertainty surrounding Aubameyang's future at the Emirates and the possibility of Lacazette leaving the club in the coming months.
As reported by Football Insider, however, Arsenal's deal with Juventus to sign Arthur Melo has been accepted, with the Gunners allegedly prepared to grant the south American ace a loan period of up to 18 months with an option to purchase.
The same source also indicated that the North London side are considering Jonathan David as a potential replacement for Dusan Vlahovic, with a £42 million valuation being proposed by his table.
Meanwhile, according to rumors, Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp's team is keeping an eye on Gabriel Martinell and has not made a bid to sign him.
Finally, in your opinion, do you believe Arthur Melo is the ideal objective for Arteta's team?
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