ARSENAL’S next four transfer moves have reportedly been decided by manager Mikel Arteta and technical director Edu.
Football.London reports the club’s former midfielders are now in cahoots over their dealings in the market.
Edu (left) and Mikel Arteta are planning the club’s moves in the transfer market[/caption]
Reserve keeper Emiliano Martinez is set to be confirmed as an Aston Villa player with the Gunners collecting £20million for the 28-year-old Argentine.
And the next four deals in the window are thought to have been agreed by Edu and Arteta.
The club have brought in Willian from Chelsea and defender Gabriel Magalhaes from Lille in this window.
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And The Gunners also secured the return of Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos on another season-long loan from Real Madrid.
Former Manchester United ace Henrikh Mkhitaryan left North London for good after his contract was terminated so he could join Roma permanently for free.
SunSport told you Arsenal are lining up a £10m bid for Brentford shot-stopper David Raya to replace Martinez.
And Gooners wait to see who else could come through the door at the Emirates with the club heavily linked with Lyon star Houssem Aouar.
The talented 22-year-old could set them back an eye-watering £55m.
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There may also be an end to the long-running Thomas Partey saga with the Atletico Madrid defensive midfielder well known to be one of Arteta’s main targets.
But Atleti are standing firm as they demand £45m to exercise his release clause.
However, Arsenal are thought to be in pole position to land their man after he rejected a new deal in the Spanish capital.