Mkhitaryan, Malcom look Arsenal-bound

Mkhitaryan, Malcom look Arsenal-bound

That deal hinges on Henrikh Mkhitaryan agreeing to move the other way and rumours that the Armenian wants to be the highest-paid player at the Emirates Stadium could well ruin the swap.

Conte would be willing to allow Michy Batshuayi to join Sevilla on loan if a replacement can be brought in, and the report says he sees Carroll, "who would be eligible for the Champions League, adding a different dimension".

Wilshere was anxious to make a good impression on his return to the club where he spent last season on loan while Arsenal were keen to register their first victory since the turn of the year.

Lastly, but certainly not least, Arsenal are also said to be in pole position for Brazilian wonderkid Malcom.

Malcom extended his contract at the Ligue 1 side at the start of the season.

According to the Independent and the Sunday Mirror, Liverpool have entered the race although they remain outsiders to sign a player that Arsenal value at £35 million (S$63.5 million).

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"Things are clear with his agents", Martin told L'Equipe via the Daily Mail.

If Arsenal are to land Malcom this month, then they will have to be prepared to pay around £40million for the Brazilian.

"From our point of view, it's wind".

Wenger, after the game, expressed his frustration with the errors, telling reporters, "We were 1-0 up and suddenly we lost two goals and we don't know where they came from".

It sounds like Malcom can be bought, but it's going to be an expensive endeavour for any interested party.

Malcom has upset his Bordeaux bosses and is facing disciplinary action. The previous season they had finished fifth: not outstanding by any means, but would anyone really back the 2018 team to finish above City, United, Tottenham, Chelsea and Liverpool?

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