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Arsenal is ready to change its wage structure in an effort to sign Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney , the Mirror said.
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Arsenal 's two top striker targets, apart from the young Yaya Sanogo, have been repeatedly highlighted as Stevan Jovetic and Gonzalo Higuain.
Turkish clubs Fenerbahce and Besiktas could boost Arsenal's summer transfer kitty after showing interest in Nicklas Bendtner and Gervinho.
A move for Rooney was first discussed in a scouting meeting in March, but there was an acknowledgement that his 250,000-per-week wages could be a stretch too far for the club.
Former Arsenal stars Tony Adams and Robert Pires have urged the club to invest in the squad following yet another trophy-less season at the Emirates.
A glance at the sports pages of almost any major newspaper will show Arsenal linked with a host of strikers.
Arsenal are desperate to find a buyer for Marouane Chamakh, the Daily Mirror has reported, as the newspaper reveals the striker has thus far cost the Gunners in the region of A 14m - scoring only 12 goals in his time in the Premier League.
Midfielder Tomas Rosicky and goalkeeper Petr Cech have been included in the Czech Republic squad for the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Italy next month.
Bristol City's hopes of earning promotion back to the Championship at the first time of asking have been boosted by the signing of Arsenal youngster Jordan Wynter.
Seen as a potential replacement for Jamie Carragher the Lille defender Aurelien Chedjou in fact seems like he is on his way to Turkey We take a look at the players likely to leave Arsenal this summer; and the price it originally cost to bring them to the club.
The Gunners skipper spent the final two months of the season sat on the bench as Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker firmly established themselves as Arsene Wenger's preferred central defensive partnership.
It appears increasingly unlikely that Fiorentina forward Stevan Jovetic will be joining Arsenal this summer.
Out-of-form defender cost the Gunners A 10m four years ago, but they'll listen to offers of half that FIVE million quid.
At international level, he excelled. He scored his first international goal against San Marino and established himself in the senior squad.
But fear not Arsenal fans, as the England international was taking part in the Pro-Am day that precedes the BMW PGA Championship Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.