Arsenal may lose Locatelli to Juventus. White “wants” a £40 million Gunners transfer because Lacazette “will be sold”, Smith Rowe’s new deal


Good morning Arsenal fans

Juventus can beat Arsenal and Sassuolo ace Manuel Locatelli by bidding 26 million pounds and Radu Dragusin.

Locatelli showed his offensive ability by scoring two goals in the 3-0 victory over Switzerland in Group A.

According to Goal reports, Juventus is preparing to bid 26 million pounds plus Dragusin, hoping to persuade Sassuolo.

However, the midfielder did not pay too much attention to these speculations.

Locatelli said: “[The transfer rumours are] Just talk about it. I will decide after the European Championship. There is such an important competition to participate, I just focus on it.

“I believe that what happened on the court, the real thing, everything else is just gossip, it is useless to talk about it.”

At the same time, Brighton ace Ben White is eager to join Arsenal in the summer transfer window.

The gunman saw the offer to White, valued at approximately 40 million pounds, but was rejected by Seagull, but negotiations continued.

According to Goal, the North Londoners believe they are likely to land in the central defender before the transfer window closes.

It is believed that a bid of around 50 million pounds will be enough to induce Brighton to sell the England international.

The 23-year-old is eager to join Arsenal and he told friends that he hopes to move to the capital this summer.

Finally, it is reported that the Gunners’ interest in Manchester City star Raheem Sterling may be undermined.

Sterling struggled in Manchester City’s starting lineup last season, and it is reported that Guardiola believes he has exceeded the requirements.

Arsenal appear to be monitoring the situation, but citizens seem to have other plans for the winger.

The Premier League champions hope to exchange Tottenham Hotspur star Harry Kane for him, Emeric Laporte and Gabriel Jesus, and they are willing to pay as much as £100 million for this.





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