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Arsenal handed Dominik Szoboszlai boost

Reports from German outlet Bild have suggested that Premier League giant Arsenal have been given some hope in their pursuit of RB Salzburg attacking midfielder Dominik Szoboszlai.

The 20-year-old, who has bagged eight goals and nine assists in 18 games this season, is understood to be near the top of Mikel Arteta’s wishlist.

And according to The German Newspaper, claimed the Gunners have a chance of landing Szoboszlai as Salzburg are looking to raise some cash.

With latest reports – means Mikel Arteta’s side favourite to landing the 20-year-old attacking midfielder over RB Leipzig, AC Milan and Napoli, who also reportedly interesting in signing the Hungarian star in January.

Arsenal ‘join Wolves’ in £125m transfer race

Arsenal have reportedly joined Premier League rivals Wolves in the race to sign Valencia forward Maxi Gomez.

Reports in Spain suggest that Wolves are identified Maxi Gomez as a replacement for Raul Jimenez after he suffered a fractured skull against Arsenal.

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And according to The Daily Mail claim that the Gunners are also keen on the Uruguay international, whose release clause is set at a whopping £125million.

A classic centre-forward who thrives with his back to goal, Maxi Gomez could perhaps be the link man Arsenal have missed since Olivier Giroud left; the kind of player capable of getting the best out of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Willian.

The 24-year-old Uruguay international has scored 30 goals in two La Liga season at Celta Vigo and notched 10 in his debut year at Valencia.

Arsenal board to launch new bid for Aouar in January

Arsenal are reportedly expected to return for Lyon attacking midfielder Houssem Aouar when the transfer window reopens next month.

The north London failed with two bids earlier this summer and instead secured the acquisition of Thomas Partey on transfer deadline day from Atletico Madrid, after triggering his £45million release clause at La Liga HQ.

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It’s no secret that Gunners boss Mikel Arteta was set on landing Aouar, who was his top transfer target but the club were unable to negotiate a deal with Lyon chief Jean-Michel Aulas.

Aouar, 22, himself was ready to make the move but was forced to stay put in France but now there is optimism negotiations will begin again in the new year.

Arsenal have won just four of their 11 Premier League matches this season and are already eight points adrift of the top four.

The team has struggled to build on winning the FA Cup and Community Shield and Mikel Arteta is in desperate need of reinforcements likes a creative midfielder.

According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, claim the Gunners are expected to try and broker a deal for Aouar at the third time of asking.

‘I think they will try again for sure,’ he told The Arsenal Lounge: ‘Now we have to know what will happen with [Dominik] Szoboszlai, they are waiting on his final decision.

‘But immediately after Szoboszlai signs with another club, they could move again for Aouar. They have already spoke with his agent.

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‘It is not easy to sign Aouar in January, but he is at the top of the list for Arsenal. He’s a favourite for Arteta, it’s the same for the board. So, yes, in my opinion they will try again.’

Mikel Arteta provided an injury updates on Thomas Partey

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta insists Thomas Partey’s injury setback was not because he was rushed back by the club for their north London derby against Tottenham Hotspur.

Partey, 27, will ‘miss the next few matches’ because of a recurrence of his recent thigh issue, MikelArteta confirmed on Wednesday ahead of their Europa League clash with Dundalk.

The 2-0 defeat by Spurs was Partey’s first appearance in almost a month and Mikel Arteta said: ‘He did incredibly well and was very confident.

‘We tested him three times and he had zero incidents. In football you have a lot of unpredictable actions.’