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Arsenal is making a strong effort to secure the £42m star as Arteta aims to complete his first summer signing – Report…



Arsenal is determined to sign the £42m star as Arteta focuses on securing his first summer transfer.


Arteta is working hard to finalize Arsenal’s first summer signing by pursuing the £42m star.


The £42m star is being targeted by Arsenal as Arteta seeks to make his first summer signing.


Arsenal is reportedly making a strong push to secure the signing of Juventus star Adrien Rabiot this summer, according to Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport.


The North London club’s pursuit of a new midfielder is no secret, with reports indicating that they are seeking a player to potentially replace Thomas Partey in the midfield.


Mikel Arteta is rumored to be open to letting Partey go due to ongoing frustration with his injury issues, with the Ghanaian spending a significant portion of last season sidelined before making a return towards the end.


Arteta appears to be in search of a natural replacement for Partey, as Arsenal has been linked with several defensive midfielders in recent weeks, including Martin Zubimendi, Bruno Guimaraes, and Joao Neves.


Additionally, it seems that Arsenal is also considering box-to-box midfield options.


Rabiot’s Potential Move to Arsenal

According to Sport Witness, citing and translating the print version of Corriere dello Sport, it has been reported that Rabiot is likely to depart from Juventus at the end of this month as a free agent, as he has not yet signed an extension.


The report also suggests that Arsenal is keen on signing him, taking advantage of his current contract, and has already begun making efforts to secure his signature.


Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing Rabiot, which means Arsenal will face tough competition from their rivals to secure a deal for the player.


The current market value for Rabiot is around £42m, making him a potentially valuable acquisition for Arsenal if they manage to sign him.


However, the Frenchman may demand a significant financial package to join the Emirates Stadium, especially considering his age of 29.


With Rabiot currently focused on the European Championship with France, it seems unlikely that Arsenal will be able to finalize a deal for him before the tournament concludes.