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Arsenal are set to make wholesale changes to their squad this summer in both directions as Mikel Arteta oversees a major rebuild.
The Gunners are looking to rebound from a horror season that saw them finish outside of the European spots for the first time in 25 years.
It's a clear indication that reinforcements are needed as some from the current crop not up to scratch.
Mikel Arteta's side are in advanced talks with Brighton to sign centre-half Ben White in a reported £50million deal.
Arsenal are also on the verge of securing a move for Anderlecht star Albert Sambi Lokonga, who the club hope is the defensive midfielder they have been crying out for in recent years.
Arsenal are set to make wholesale changes to their squad this summer
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And The Athletic are reporting that Arsenal are looking to make up to three more 'significant' signings during the window including a new right-back, left-back and a goalkeeper ahead of the new campaign.
With Hector Bellerin's future in doubt, the North London club have targeted RB Leipzig’s Tyler Adams and Sassuolo’s Mert Muldur as potential replacements.
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Bernd Leno is another first-team player who could be on the way out this summer and Arsenal have contacted Sheffield United about the availability of Aaron Ramsdale.
Kieran Tierney's importance to the Gunners is evident by the new five-year deal he was handed last week but he has struggled with injuries and Arteta is considering a back-up.
The Gunners claim to be looking at Real Madrid youngster Miguel Gutierrez, who made his senior debut at the age of 19 earlier this season.
Arteta is still open to bringing in an attacking midfielder and has identified Ruben Neves and James Maddison as an alternative to Martin Odeegard who is set to stay in Madrid despite an impressive loan spell with Arsenal last season.
How Arsenal could line-up next season
In the other direction, Joe Willock, Matteo Guendouzi and Lucas Torreira have reportedly been put on the shop window, while Granit Xhaka looks set to link up with Jose Mourinho at Roma.
Here's how Arsenal could line-up if they bring in five new faces for their Premier League opener against Brentford.
Possible Arsenal XI: Ramsdale, Tierney, Gabriel, White, Adams, Lokonga, Partey, Ruben Neves, Smith-Rowe, Saka, Aubameyang.