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Latest Arsenal transfer rumours: Houssem Aouar £53m message, Merih Demiral claim

Arsenal are eager to improve upon an eight-place finish in the Premier League after last season’s disappointing effort but there is hope around the Emirates.

The Gunners have shown some promise in FA Cup and Community Shield wins over Chelsea and Liverpool this summer but more recruitment needs to be done.

Willian, Gabriel and Dani Ceballos’ new loan deal have added quality to the Arsenal squad, but Mikel Arteta is still on the search for new players.

With that in mind, here are the latest transfer rumours round-up on Arsenal.

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Aouar price tag

Lyon have set their price for Houssem Aouar amid transfer links with Arsenal.

The Gunners are chasing the signature of the 22-year-old midfielder and could offer Matteo Guendouzi as part of any transfer.

Arsenal have been told that Aouar will cost £53 million, per The Express.

Nketiah loan interest

Newcastle are reportedly considering loan moves for Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah.

Steve Bruce has lost Dwight Gayle to a knee injury until at least December and only Andy Carroll has featured in recent warm-up matches for Newcastle.

It was revealed on Sunday that the Magpies have agreed a £20m fee for Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson – but Bruce is still keen to strengthen and is keeping tabs on Nketiah and Liverpool’s Rhian Brewster and their development at their respective clubs, according to The Telegraph.

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