Reports suggest that Arsenal has renewed their interest in signing Dusan Vlahovic, the forward from Juventus. The Gunners, who were previously linked to Ivan Toney from Brentford, are now focusing on acquiring the former star player from Fiorentina. Although Vlahovic has faced difficulties since joining Juventus, he has still managed to find the net four times in ten matches this season. Juventus is willing to sell the 23-year-old Serbian, but only for a suitable price, with an estimated value of approximately £50 million. Alongside Arsenal, Chelsea and Real Madrid have also shown interest in securing the services of this talented forward. Bruno Fernandes has given his endorsement for Manchester United to pursue the signing of his fellow Portuguese player, Joao Neves, from Benfica. Neves, a promising 19-year-old midfielder, has impressed United scouts with his performances, including scoring a crucial goal in a derby against Sporting Lisbon. Fernandes has expressed admiration for Neves and has high hopes for his future. United is now contemplating making an offer for the talented youngster during the January transfer window.
Valencia’s young defender, Yarek Gasiorowski, has caught the attention of Arsenal, who might shift their focus towards acquiring him. Valencia’s 18-year-old player has participated in four matches this season and meets the requirements for Mikel Arteta’s team, as they currently lack another center-back due to injuries. Although Arsenal had previously shown interest in Gasiorowski, they were unable to reach an agreement due to Brexit regulations. This talented defender, who has received great praise, has attracted the attention of major Premier League clubs and has a buyout clause set at £17.5 million.
In January, West Ham is aiming to secure the signing of Dominic Solanke from Bournemouth. During the summer, the Hammers made an offer of £40 million for Solanke, which was turned down. Nevertheless, their interest in the forward persists and they intend to present a more substantial offer in order to persuade Bournemouth to agree to the transfer. Solanke has displayed exceptional performance, finding the back of the net six times in 12 matches in the Premier League this campaign. Should negotiations for Solanke not reach a successful conclusion, West Ham will explore alternative options such as Hugo Ekitike from Paris Saint-Germain and former Chelsea striker Timo Werner.