Unai Emery reportedly asks Arsenal chiefs to sign £55million winger

Jun 27, 2019, 00:47
Unai Emery reportedly asks Arsenal chiefs to sign £55million winger

The same article states that Emery has a mere £45m to spend on new signings in the summer transfer window to leave the Spanish head coach with a limited budget to improve his team.

But he will push for more cash to land No1 attacking target Zaha, 26, seen as central to his summer rebuild. Wilfried Zaha said that he would want to join a UEFA Champions League club but the gunners would still be confident of getting him since he openly admitted that he was a boyhood Arsenal fan in the past. Palace will play hardball with any potential suitors for the 26-year-old Ivory Coast worldwide, who is a boyhood Arsenal supporter.

Zaha has admitted he wants to test himself at the top level - but at Arsenal he would at least have the platform to help the club rejoin the elite.

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Neil Lennon was spotted at the Hawthorns during West Broms failed Premier League playoff bid to run the rule over the out of contract star and he remains an option for Celtic as well as others.

However, following Rodgers' departure to Leicester City in February, Lennon took over at Parkhead and the Baggies were left outraged by how the new Hoops boss treated Burke. The same with Alisson in goal.

Arsenal faced a lot of problems last season and having no natural wingers was one of them because it forced Unai Emery to use fullbacks to create for the strikers on the flanks since their wingers; Alex Iwobi and Henrikh Mkhitaryan were inconsistent. As much as I hate to say that money is everything, but it's always gone that way.

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Celtic have rejected a £15m bid from Arsenal for defender Kieran Tierney, Sky Sports News understands.

The report added that the Gunners tried to offer fringe players such as Carl Jenkinson, Jordi Osei-Tutu, Emile Smith Rowe or Eddie Nketiah to sweeten the deal, but were swiftly rebuffed, with Celtic reportedly saying that "the price starts at £25m".

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