Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Friday, February 11.
Tielemans eyeing summer transfer
According to Nieuwsblad, the Belgian is expecting to quit the King Power Stadium this summer with the two parties failing to come to an agreement over a new deal in the East Midlands. His current contract expires in 2023 having arrived on a permanent transfer in 2019.
It is suggested that the Foxes could demand £35million for the former AS Monaco man as both Arsenal and Manchester United circle for a deal.
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Bukayo Saka signals Champions League ambitions
Bukayo Saka has suggested that he wants to play Champions League football amid links with Manchester City and Liverpool.
The two Premier League giants were reported to be monitoring his future and may potentially make moves should the Gunners fail in their attempts to return to the top table of European football.
Speaking in an interview with Sky Sports, Saka said: “I think the Champions League creates so many special nights and it’s a dream for me still to experience one of them and hopefully many more of them.”
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Turner edging towards Gunners move
Whilst the futures of Saka and Tielemans remaining up in the air, one man who is definitely on the move is New England Revolution goalkeeper Matt Turner.
According to reports, the Gunners have completed all the necessary paperwork for a summer arrival, with just a work permit and medical the only obstacles separating him from becoming an Arsenal player.
It is reported that his current employers will be paid £7.5m for his services.