Wilfried Zaha decision puts Edu on red alert as Arsenal transfer target impresses Lionel Messi

Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Sunday, May 23.

Super League talks set to be held

Arsenal are set to find out their punishment next week for their part in the European Super League plans that were presented last month.

According to Sky Sports, the six English clubs that were involved – the Gunners, Chelsea, Tottenham, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United – will hold talks with the Premier League over their respective punishments.

Many have called on the clubs to be punished and they are now set to find out their fate, with each team potentially being fined mass amounts of money.

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Edu on alert after Zaha decision

Wilfried Zaha has admitted he would leave Crystal Palace this summer if the opportunity arose.

Zaha thinks he is ready for “another shot” playing at a top club following his disappointing spell at Manchester United earlier in his career.

Arsenal have been heavily linked with a move for the Ivorian wide man in the past and could reignite their interest following his admission.

Talking to The Face, as quoted by the Express, the Eagles winger said: “I feel like I can have another shot at the top teams, because my dream is to win things.

“I’m good enough to go out there and compete with the best.

“If the opportunity came, I wouldn’t turn it down, because I feel like I deserve it. It’s so I can show my kids: ‘This is what daddy won’.”

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Gunners prepare Buendia bid

According to CBS Sports, Arsenal are ready to launch an opening bid for Emi Buendia – someone Lionel Messi has previously lauded.

Buendia was linked with a switch to the Gunners last summer, but a move never materialised and following another sensational campaign for Norwich City, the Argentine is a man with plenty of attention.

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Messi his Argentine compatriot, is a big fan of the Canaries star, as Buendia revealed when he spoke to the Guardian last month.

“I maybe did something good to impress him,” Buendia said.

“He asked: ‘What do you want to do? Do you want to play for Spain or Argentina?’

“Quickly I said: ‘Of course I want to play for Argentina. I want to play with you – it is a dream’.”

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