Arsenal is planning a transfer attack on Rangers that might save them millions of dollars.
Mikel Arteta has already signed Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga for the summer transfer window.
Arsenal is rumored to be planning a transfer attack on Rangers, which might solve one of Mikel Arteta’s problems for a fraction of the price first expected. In this summer’s transfer window, Arsenal have already signed Nuno Tavares and Albert Sambi Lokonga.
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Despite the latter’s arrival, Arteta is said to be interested in bringing in another central midfielder.
At first, it appeared that the player in question was Wolves’ Ruben Neves, who has made an impression since transferring to the Midlands from Porto.
For much of the summer, Arsenal was regarded to be the frontrunners to recruit the 24-year-old as Arteta looked for a new partner for Thomas Partey.
However, it looks that Arsenal have lost ground in the fight to sign Neves, who is expected to depart Wolves this summer.
Manchester United, on the other hand, has pushed ahead, forcing Arteta to look for secondary signings for his revamped midfield.
Glen Kamara of Rangers has emerged as a target, with GiveMeSport stating that Arsenal is still keen in bringing him back to the club.
Kamara spent his final years of junior football with Arsenal before making one senior debut under Arsene Wenger.
Due to a lack of possibilities, he moved north of the line to join Dundee in the Scottish Premiership on a two-year deal.
Rangers were impressed by his efforts under Neil McCann and Jim McIntyre, despite Dundee’s relegation to the Scottish Championship in his second season at Dens Park.
He signed a four-year contract at Ibrox and has since established himself as a major member of Steven Gerrard’s all-conquering team.
Last season, the 25-year-old started 28 Premier League games as Rangers went undefeated in the league, capturing their first title since promotion to the top tier.
Last season, he had the greatest pass completion % of any outfield player at Rangers, and he also had the most interceptions per game for Finland in the Euro 2020 group stage.
Kamara was first mentioned as a target in April, but if United win the race to sign Neves, he might return to Arteta’s shopping list.
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