Arsenal news: Youri Tielemans transfer message sent as Hector Bellerin decision made


Ex-England striker Darren Bent wants Arsenal to sign Youri Tielemans, while Gunners reportedly unwilling to let Hector Bellerin go on a free transfer

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Arsenal, like a number of the biggest names in the Premier League, feel like they are waiting for the first domino to fall in the transfer window.

After coming so close to winning Champions League football last season, manager Mikel Arteta will be keen to bolster his squad as efficiently and succinctly as possible this summer.

A striker was always likely to be at the top of his shopping list, although that need was further heightened by the confirmed departure of Alexandre Lacazette. Getting the right replacement could shape the team’s 2022-23 campaign.

Sports mirror has all the latest news from Arsenal, as the club are on the verge of one of their most important transfer windows for many years.

Which striker on the market would suit Arteta’s Arsenal best? Let us know in the comments section below.

Tielemans told to join Arsenal

Former England international striker Darren Bent thinks Youri Tielemans would be an ideal signing for the Gunners this summer.

The Belgium international has been one of the Premier League’s best playmakers in recent years at Leicester City, although his time at the King Power Stadium appears to be coming to an end.

Tielemans has one year left on his contract and it looks likely he will be transferred this summer so Leicester can recoup transfer funds for his sale. Former Tottenham striker Bent thinks he would be a perfect fit for the Gunners.

“If he were to leave, I would like him to come to Arsenal,” he said. “I like him a lot, Youri Tielemans. I think he’s a very good player, he’s also starting in this Belgian team. He has a good quality to him. I think he fits in well at Arsenal, really .”

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Arsenal make Bellerin decision

Arsenal are reportedly opting to release Hector Bellerin from his contract at the club, delaying a potential move to Real Betis.

The full-back spent the previous season on loan in Andalucia and developed a strong affinity with the supporters during that time. Betis are now said to be ready to push for a permanent deal and they were hoping Arsenal would make things easier by allowing him to move freely.

However, the 27-year-old may have to wait before a deal is done as Arsenal are not willing to lose Bellerin for free. Arteta looking to improve his own squad, it would seem every penny is valuable to the Gunners at this stage.

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SEVILLE, SPAIN – MAY 15: Hector Bellerin of Real Betis in action during the LaLiga Santander match between Real Betis and Granada CF at Estadio Benito Villamarin on May 15, 2022 in Seville, Spain. (Photo by Juanjo Ubeda/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

Arsenal can avoid January mistake

It was widely reported that the Gunners were interested in signing Dusan Vlahovic in January, only for Juventus to agree a deal with Fiorentina for the striker.

While some Gunners have bemoaned their club’s apparent delay in a possible deal, perhaps they could approach a potential target with a bit of patience this summer – Gabriel Jesus.

The Manchester City man would be one of Arteta’s top picks to lead the line, although he is currently on international duty with Brazil meaning any decision over his future is still a long way off. The Gunners also have another top alternative.

“Arteta can afford to wait for his prime target – and that’s mostly because of the emergence of Eddie Nketiah,” Dan Marsh wrote. “Having scored five goals in seven games, Nketiah has proven he is capable of playing a bigger role for Arsenal next year, although that doesn’t necessarily mean he will automatically be Arteta’s main man. .

“The fact that Arsenal have a proper assistant who can score regularly takes away some of the warmth from Arteta as he plays the waiting game chasing Jesus.”

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