Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal manager, has a clear transfer priority, with James Maddison on the backburner.


Mikel Arteta, the Arsenal manager, has a clear transfer priority, with James Maddison on the backburner.

Arsenal still has a lot of business to do before the summer transfer window closes.

According to sources, Arsenal is prioritizing the recruitment of a goalkeeper over any other transaction. James Maddison, a Leicester offensive midfielder, is a target for Arsenal. But that deal will have to wait as the Gunners look for a replacement for Bernd Leno.

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At the moment, Leno is unquestionably Arsenal’s first-choice goalkeeper.

Despite being on the verge of a move to Turkey earlier this summer, Runar Alex Runarsson is still with the club.

Last season, Runarsson struggled in his debut season at the Emirates, and the Gunners have been looking for a replacement.

Mat Ryan joined Real Sociedad on a free transfer with the hopes of gaining more regular game time after spending the second half of last season on loan at Arsenal.

Arthur Okonkwo, a graduate of the academy, has been promoted to the first team, but he is only projected to be Mikel Arteta’s third-choice goalkeeper.

Throughout the summer transfer season, Arsenal has been looking for an offensive midfielder.

Following his loan stay last season, Martin Odegaard and England international James Maddison remain targets.

Arsenal’s next objective, according to football.london, is to sign a goalkeeper ahead of the season opener against Brentford on Friday.

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Aaron Ramsdale of Sheffield United remains their primary target in that position.

However, the Blades are demanding more than £30 million for a guy who would most likely start his career as a backup at Arsenal.

West Brom’s Sam Johnstone, Ajax’s Andre Onana, and Barcelona’s Neto have all been mentioned.

Despite the acute need for a player like Maddison, Arsenal do not have a senior player who could step in for Leno if he gets injured.

So far this summer, Arsenal has signed three players: Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, and Ben White.

Following Sunday’s 1-0 friendly loss to Spurs, Arteta was asked about the possibility of further incomings.

“What we have is what we have to maximize,” Arteta added, “and worrying about things that we don’t have.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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