Arsenal Transfer: Gunners keen on World Cup winner, Argentine attacker on their radar

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 Nabil Fekir pursuit

Arsenal are interested in signing the Real Betis attacking midfielder Nabil Fekir this summer.

The French international has been linked with a move to Premier League this summer and he has been linked with Liverpool as well.

Fekir was very close to joining the Reds back in 2018 but the World Cup winner ended up moving to Spain.

It will be interesting to see if Arsenal can bring him to England this summer.

The playmaker has done very well for Real Betis this season and the Spanish outfit will look to demand a premium if the Gunners come calling.

The Frenchman would add goals and creativity to the Arsenal midfield. Furthermore, Fekir can play in a number of attacking positions and his versatility will be an added bonus for Arteta.

The Betis star is a threat from the long-range and from free kicks as well. 

Arsenal linked with Real Betis left, right and center (Emerson, Guido and Fekir). Spanish club in financial turmoil. Arsenal will wait to see if a CL or a Europa league qualification is possible before considering any option

Paulo Dybala interest

The Gunners are also keeping tabs on the Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

Apparently, the club are keen on keeping Martin Odegaard at the club permanently but they’re already looking at alternatives should Real Madrid deny the Norwegian a permanent move to the London club.

Odegaard joined the Gunners on loan in January and the attacking midfielder has been excellent for Arteta’s side so far. 

Dybala is thought to be an alternative to Odegaard and it will be interesting to see if Arsenal can secure his services this summer.

The Argentine is one of the most exciting attacking players in European football right now and he could prove to be a sensational addition for the Premier League side.

Arteta would be interested in signing Dybala if Real Madrid do not agree to extending Odegaard's loan deal. Dybala only has one year left on his current deal.