Gunners to launch move for Dybala, Djed Spence back on radar, Ramsdale REVEALS Saka’s transfer role

Hello, Arsenal fans

Darwin Nunez could cost £113million – while Arsenal’s chances of bringing fellow strikers Paulo Dybala and Serge Gnabry have also faded.

This triple blow to the Gunners’ summer hopes follows the double misfortune of back-to-back defeats that tipped their bid into the top four.

Benfica value Uruguayan superstar Nunez as much as Joao Felix, whom they sold to Atletico Madrid in 2019.

Meanwhile, Bayern Munich are tipped to offer Arsenal target Gnabry a new and improved deal.

And Juventus ace Dybala wants to stay in Italy.

It is understood that Arsenal and Newcastle are monitoring the situation but Inter Milan are now favorites to sign the Argentine on a free transfer.

The fierce fallout from Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat to Brighton continues, especially as it follows last Monday’s 3-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.

That leaves Tottenham in pole position to retain the last Champions League qualifying spot in the Premier League.

And Gunners goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale told the club’s website: “It’s not good enough. Two games in a row where the first 45 minutes have slipped away from us.

“We weren’t in the rhythm of the match, it doesn’t look like us, especially at home where we have normally started very well all season.

“It was a very poor performance… It was supposed to be the reaction game but it wasn’t.”

Marseille boss Jorge Sampaoli believes his loanee Arsenal Matteo Guendouzi is becoming one of the best midfielders in the world.

And finally, Chelsea are said to be keen on signing 18-year-old Arsenal striker Khayon Edwards.

Julio V. Miller