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Arsenal transfer rumours: Thomas Partey boost, Rob Holding twist, £40m move

Arsenal are hoping to improve upon their eighth spot finish in the Premier League last season but still need to make some additions to their squad.

The likes of Willian, Gabriel and Dani Ceballos have been signed, the latter on loan, and William Saliba has finally arrived permanently.

But Mikel Arteta wants to complete more deals in the summer transfer window and in light of this, here is the latest rumours round-up on Arsenal.

Partey offered to Arsenal

Arsenal have been offered hope in their pursuit of Thomas Partey during the summer transfer window.

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The 27-year-old has been a long-time target of the Gunners but they had become frustrated at Atletico Madrid’s demands.

However, it has now been reported that they could get another chance to sign Partey due to Atletico’s desire to receive additional funds for their attempt to sign Espanyol’s Marc Roca, according to Marca.

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Arteta delivers Newcastle blow

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has delivered Newcastle United a transfer blow over the future of Rob Holding.

Both Newcastle and Leeds United had been linked with loan moves for the Gunners’ defender.

But now it has been reported that Arteta plans to keep the centre-back in his squad for the 2020/21 season, per The Express.

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