Arsenal are set to spend huge money in the summer transfer window. Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang remains one of the top targets for the club, and they are willing to break the back to bring him to Emirates Stadium, according to the latest reports.
The North London club are facing competition from Man Utd for the signing of the Gabon international, but their reported bid is expected to blow the competition out of the water.
French outlet Le10 Sport claims that the Gunners are ready to launch a £63.2million bid to sign the 26-year old. The African Player of the Year has scored 32 goals in 36 games for Dortmund in all competitions this season.
Aubameyang has also been linked with a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid and has previously stated his desire to play for the Spanish club. His current contract with the Bundesliga club runs until 2020.
The Gunners are making inroads on signing Chelsea starlet Domingos Quina, according to Daily Mirror. The Portuguese youngster is reportedly set to sign for the North London club within next 48 hours.
The North London club seized on the opportunity to sign the talented 16-year old after he quit Chelsea following his frustrations with the lack of opportunities to progress to the senior squad.
Quina is regarded as one of the best young Portuguese talents and he is expected to finalize his deal to Emirates Stadium within next couple of days. Premier League clubs Man Utd, and Tottenham were also understood to be interested in the playmaker. He signed for Chelsea from Portuguese club Benfica when he was 13.
Meanwhile, Paris Saint-Germain striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has alerted the Premier League clubs by claiming that PL clubs have expressed interest in his services. The Swedish international is in the last year of his contract with the Paris club and will be a free agent in the summer.
“The Premier League is the league in the world all people and fans speak about. A lot of things have to feel fine when I’m going to take a decision this summer.”
The 34-year old has also been linked with moves to China and MLS.