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18:10  19 june  2017
18:10  19 june  2017 Source:

West Ham eye Arsenal striker Giroud

  West Ham eye Arsenal striker Giroud West Ham are looking at a potential transfer for Arsenal star Olivier Giroud, according to a report from the Mirror. The 30-year-old Frenchman has reportedly grown frustrated at the lack of game time he is getting at the Emirates, with West Ham ready to offer Giroud an escape route. French giants Marseille are also among those interested, along with some Italian clubs, but The Hammers are confident that they can match any offers to secure the signature of the prolific forward. Giroud has fallen to third-choice in the pecking order of Arsenal strikers, with Alexis Sanchez and Danny Welbeck preferred. He has scored 12 goals in his last 11 appearances for The Gunners, ending the season by helping Arsenal win the FA Cup in a 2-1 victory over Chelsea – however he only played the last 12 minutes as a substitute. The Frenchman cost Arsenal £13 million when he joined from Montpellier back in 2012, and has scored 69 goals in 118 appearances for the North London club. With Arsene Wenger reportedly eyeing up a big money move for Monaco wonderkid Kylian Mbappe, Giroud’s place in the Arsenal side has come under scrutiny, and he may need to find a way out in order to revive his career and seek regular first-team football.

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Premier League clubs Arsenal and Everton are battling it out for the signature of Genk’s 19-year-old defensive midfielder Sander Berge, according to a report on the Mirror.

The Belgian club rate the midfielder very highly and have valued the youngster at £18m. Arsenal have been monitoring Berge’s progress for several months and manager Arsene Wenger has reportedly been impressed with the player.

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The cost to sign the player will not be an issue for Arsenal but it may ward off interest from Everton who may not be willing to pay such a high price for the player.

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The defensive midfielder could prove to be the long-term replacement for Francis Coquelin who had a disappointing season last year, as did the club by failing to secure a UEFA Champions League spot.

Arsenal did win the FA Cup and will be hoping to challenge for the league next season. The young midfielder may be worried about the game time that he will get at Arsenal as there is competition for the defensive midfield spot.

There has also been European interest in Berge as Spanish La Liga club Sevilla and French Ligue 1 champions AS Monaco are keeping tabs on the player’s situation. The teenager would likely enter Arsenal’s U23 setup with a view to a role in the first-team down the line.

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Arsenal looking to sign England U20 World Cup winner, face competition from Tottenham .
Rob Holding has been a remarkable success following his under-the-radar move fro Bolton last summer, and Arsenal are considering another move for a talented young centre-back plying their trade in the Football League. According to the Mirror, Arsenal are going head-to-head with rivals Tottenham for the signature of highly-rated Charlton defender Ezri Konsa. The 19-year-old has come through the ranks at The Valley and established himself as a regular in the first-team for the League One side last season, making 39 appearances across all competitions. Konsa was named in the England U20 squad earlier this summer that won the U20 World Cup and has a bright future ahead of him. Both Arsenal and Tottenham want to sign the centre-back, but the teenager can also operate at right-back or in a holding midfield role. Having signed a contract extension back in March running until 2020, Konsa won’t be leaving Charlton on the cheap.

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