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Friday, June 9, 2017

Arsenal Transfer News LIVE: Alexis Sanchez update, Real Madrid latest, FOUR players gone



ARSENAL TRANSFER NEWS - LIVE UPDATES
Friday 9 June
12.44: A quick update on Alexis Sanchez's (11.50) future.
The Arsenal star has admitted he is not sure if he will be at the Gunners next season.
Chelsea and Manchester City have both been linked with deals for Sanchez, who looks increasingly unlikely to sign a new Arsenal contract.
But the Daily Mail claim Bayern Munich are the most likely club to sign him if Arsenal decide to sell.
Bayern are willing to spend £40m on Sanchez and offer him a huge £350,000-a-week deal.
12.10: Arsenal are plotting a stunning bid for Lyon star Alexandre Lacazette.
Lacazette, 26, has proven himself to be one of the most consistent strikers in Europe having netted 20+ goals in each of his last four seasons.
TransferMarketWeb claim Arsenal representatives are ready to lodge a £35million offer to bring the French international to London.
Lacazette has been linked with Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid, who are are out of the equation after seeing their transfer ban upheld.
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Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is wanted at Bayern Munich
11.50: Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez says his future will sorted by his agent while he prepares for this month's Confederations Cup.
The Gunners attacker said: “I'm looking at what my agent is doing. For now, I'm focused on the Confederations Cup in Russia and trying to do well.
"The truth is that my agent will see to it. He knows and he will sit down with the club to look for the best option for me. I'd like a lot of things but I'm only thinking about the national team."
11.10: Arsenal have released Yaya Sanogo and academy trio Stefan O'Connor, Kristopher da Graca and Kostas Pileas.
A club statement said: “We would like to take this opportunity to thank Yaya, Stefan, Kristopher and Kostas and wish them all the best for the future.”
Sanogo scored just once for Arsenal and spent the last two seasons on loan at a number of clubs.
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Arsenal Transfer News: Yaya Sanogo has been released
11:00: Arsenal could be forced to lower Kieran Gibbs’ asking price.
The Evening Standard claim Arsenal are struggling to offload Gibbs, who they value at £15million.
West Brom, Newcastle, Stoke and Brighton have all declared interest in the left-back, but are thought to be put off by his valuation.
Gibbs, 27, could find himself relegated to third-choice full-back after the arrival of free transfer Sead Kolasinac earlier this week.
10.45: Real Madrid will give up on their attempts to sign Kylian Mbappe unless Gareth Bale leaves the club.
Real Madrid and Arsenal are both gunning to sign the France international.
Both have had £87million bids rejected by Monaco for the 18-year-old.
It was claimed Real were willing to go as high as £117m to land Mbappe ahead of the Gunners.
But Marca claim the Bernabeu club are considering withdrawing their interest altogether.
According to the report, Real manager Zinedine Zidane only wants Mbappe if Bale leaves.
And the boss is willing to give Welshman Bale at least one more year in Spain.
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Gareth Bale's Real Madrid future could affect where Kylian Mbappe goes this summer
10:20: Jack Butland will not be sold, according to Stoke chairman Peter Coates.
The England international has only just returned from a 13-month injury, but has attracted strong interest from Manchester United, Manchester City, Arsenal and Chelsea.
But Coates has slammed the door on any potential deal.
He said: “We don't have the slightest intention of selling him. We want him to be playing for Stoke City for many years to come.”
09:45: Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud has asked the French media to ease the pressure on Monaco superstar Kylian Mbappe.
Mbappe, 18, enjoyed a terrific breakthrough season after netting 26 goals and providing a further 14 assists to help Monaco clinch the Ligue 1 title.
But Giroud thinks the media should ease up on their expectations, and give him some much-needed space to develop.
He told reporters: “I will not go against what you say about him. He is a good kid… a young man, forgive me, who is full of maturity.
“But I think we should leave him a little alone.”
Arsenal Transfer News: Olivier Giroud thinks Kylian Mbappe should be given spaceGETTY
Arsenal Transfer News: Olivier Giroud thinks Kylian Mbappe should be given space
08:50: Roma star Juan Jesus says Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is adamant about joining Juventus.
Szczesny moved to Roma on loan in 2015 and re-signed for another year after a successful first campaign.
President of the Serie A side, James Palotta, thinks Szczesny wants to extend his stay with Roma, but Jesus has revealed the stopper has other plans.
He told Brazilian radio station ATL Grenal: “Alisson? He's fine, unfortunately he’s not played much, only in the Coppa Italia and in the Europa League, but I think he’ll be a starter next season because Szczesny thinks he’s going to Juve.”
8.00: Chelsea are interested in Arsenal target Riyad Mahrez.
Arsenal have been trailing Mahrez and a summer bid for the Algeria international is expected.
Leicester want £40million for their star player, who was named PFA Player of the Year in 2015/16.
But Express Sport understands Chelsea are also gunning to sign the forward.
The Blues are plotting big changes at Stamford Bridge with Diego Costa set to leave.
Alvaro Morata of Real Madrid is also on their radar.
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Arsenal and Chelsea want to sign Riyad Mahrez
7.40: Arsenal target Henry Onyekuru says he is not interested in money and will make a decision on his future based on game time.
The Gunners want to sign Nigeria youngster Onyekuru from Belgian side Eupen.
And the 20-year-old has outlined his expectations from any move away from his current club.
"The first and most important thing for a player is to get playing time," he told ESPN.
"I'm still young and I still have a long career to pursue but now I need to play.
"My agents are in talks with top clubs in the Premier League, Bundesliga, French league and others. If they accept our terms, then I'll make a decision.
"It's not just about going to a big club and sitting on the bench. It's not good for me, or being loaned to a club where I won't play or where I will struggle to play.
"The money can come later but for now, I just want to play to improve, not just to play for a big club."



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Reiss Nelson (right) will join the Arsenal first team next season
7.00: Arsenal's interest in Monaco star Kylian Mbappe is supposedly the catalyst for Alexis Sanchez wanting to leave the club.
Arsenal have already had an £87million bid for Mbappe rejected by Ligue 1 champions Monaco.
The Gunners are pushing to land the France international, while they are reluctant to meet Sanchez's £300,000-a-week wage demands.
And the Mirror claim Arsenal could sell Sanchez, who is aware off the interest in Mbappe.
The report claims Bayern Munich are ready with a £40million bid and a contract offer for Sanchez worth £18.2m a season.
6.30: Arsene Wenger has confirmed Reiss Nelson will be promoted to the Arsenal first team next season.
Arsenal boss Wenger has a track record in bringing youth players up through the academy and into the full Gunners side.
And he told Arsenal.com that teenager Nelson has earned his place.
“We have some young players who will join the squad next season,” Wenger said. “Like Reiss Nelson, like Ainsley Maitland-Niles already. So they are two players.
“So we have quality players who might have a chance next season and hopefully we will be able to do that again because that’s part of the DNA of the club as well.
“The first quality we have that will be needed is to keep the [first-team] players together. The team has learned a lot, but to transfer that into the new season the first ingredient and the first request is that they stay together, that they fight together.
“So that’s basically my answer: let’s keep them all together.”
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