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Arsenal transfer round-up – Ramsey 'would love' return and Willock price named


Arsenal are preparing for a huge summer after a disastrous campaign under Mikel Arteta.

The inexperienced Spanish manager’s first full-season in charge at the Emirates is set to end without qualification for European competition for the first time in 25 years.

The Gunners crashed out of the Europa League semi-final stage with a whimper against Villarreal and Arteta is under increasing pressure with his side also loitering in mid-table in the Premier League.

A huge summer rebuild is expected and Arteta must be efficient in the transfer window if his side are to return to competing domestically next season.

Here are all the latest transfer rumours around the Emirates….

Ramsey ‘would love’ Arsenal return



Ramsey has struggled to showcase his talents at Juventus
Ramsey has struggled to showcase his talents at Juventus

Aaron Ramsey would reportedly jump at the chance to make a return to the Emirates this summer.

The 30-year-old has struggled to make his mark at Juventus after leaving North London on a free transfer in 2019.

And according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, he is available for transfer this summer.

“Aaron Ramsey would love to join Arsenal again,” Romano told the Arsenal lounge.

At Juventus he is struggling, he’s not playing, many injuries.

“He will be on the market 100 percent, he will be available, if Arsenal want to go for Ramsey, they know they have the chance.

“But at the moment there’s nothing advanced or serious with Ramsey yet.”

Arsenal name price for Joe Willock



Joe Willock has played a huge role in ensuring Newcastle's Premier League safety
Joe Willock has played a huge role in ensuring Newcastle’s Premier League safety

Joe Willock has hit the headlines with five goals in his last five Premier League games to help Newcastle ensure survival.

Arsenal have a decision to make with the 21-year-old this summer as Arteta plans his rebuild.

According to Fabrizio Romano, via the Arsenal lounge, the Gunners have set a price of between £25m and £30m to begin negotiations with the midfielder this summer.

Arsenal identify Bernd Leno back-up option



Brentford shot-stopper David Raya has been identified as possible target
Brentford shot-stopper David Raya has been identified as possible target

Arsenal have reportedly identified Brentford shot-stopper David Raya as suitable back-up for first-choice Bernd Leno.

The Gunners will be on the lookout for a second-choice ‘keeper this summer with Mat Ryan’s loan deal set to expire.

And football.london report that Raya is one of the options being considered by Arsenal’s recruitment team.





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