Saliba talks Arsenal future, key Kulusevski developments, Calvert-Lewin message
There's been so much instability at Arsenal in recent years and manager Mikel Arteta will be desperate for this group of players to find some consistency in the months to come.
Even so, it's clear that for the Gunners to be a force at the top end of the Premier League, there is still plenty of work to do in the transfer window yet.
With that in mind it's no shock to see Arsenal linked with a couple of players that would add some incision in attack, while a young player out on loan has cast doubt whether he will be in contention for minutes next season.
Daily Star Sport has all of your latest Gunners transfer rumours.
Saliba coy on Arsenal
William Saliba, currently on loan at Marseille from Arsenal, was non-committal when asked about his prospects at the Emirates Stadium going forward.
The defender has impressed in Ligue 1 this season, with his assured performances earning rave reviews and prompting questions as to whether or not he can be a starter for Arteta's side next season.
However, speaking to RTL, it's clear Saliba isn't thinking that far ahead.
"I prefer not to speak about my future, but I’m very good here," he said. "I don’t regret my decision. I have been very happy since day one. I have one year here and I am going to give my all."
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Kulusevski up for sale
According to Gazzetta dello Sport, Arsenal target Dejan Kulusevski is set to made available for transfer by Juventus.
The Bianconeri are said to be ready to meet with the agent of the Sweden international and negotiate the terms of his sale. Juventus will reportedly consider selling the 21-year-old for as little as £25.6 million.
Arsenal and north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur have previously been linked with the former Atalanta winger, who has struggled for game time since his switch to Turin in the summer of 2020.
Merson wants Calvert-Lewin
With uncertainty surrounding the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after he was left out of the Arsenal squad on Saturday for disciplinary reasons, former Gunners forward Paul Merson believes Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin should be signed as a replacement.
The striker started the campaign well, notching three goals in three games. However, a thigh problem has ruled him out since.
Nevertheless, Merson thinks the England striker would be the right man for the north London club.
"Arsenal need to go out and buy Calvert-Lewin," he said. "Put in a massive bid for him, they need a focal point up front who’s good."
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