WENGER WARNED OVER TRANSFERS
Arsene Wenger will be warned to stop "dithering" over transfers by Arsenal's board today ahead of expected confirmation of his contract extension at the club, according to the Daily Mail.
Missing out on Gonzalo Higuain in 2013 will be highlighted as an example when the Arsenal manager failed to act decisively on transfers.
Malaga pair Sandro Ramirez and Pablo Fornals are reportedly two of the Gunners' targets this summer, plus Wenger must deal with Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez having just 12 months left on their lucrative contracts.
ARSENAL PUSH FOR ALEXIS & OZIL
Arsenal will make a final push to keep Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, The Mirror reports.
The Gunners hope the FA Cup triumph and improved salaries will convince the star duo to say, with the club prepared to offer them wages totalling more than £30 million combined.
WENGER PROMISED £100M
Arsene Wenger will be handed at least £100 million to spend in the summer transfer window if he signs a new contract at Arsenal, reports the Daily Star.
The Frenchman is yet to reveal what his future holds, but is expected to stay on and push for new recruits after missing out on Champions League qualification this season.
WENGER TO SIGN FOR TWO YEARS
Arsene Wenger will put pen to paper on a new two-year deal with Arsenal, The Times reports.
It is said that the club's board are meeting on Monday to finalise the contract offer and Wenger's extension should be announced before the end of the week.
ARSENAL LEADING BELOTTI PACK
Arsenal are interested in signing Andrea Belotti from Torino, according to The Sun , but will face competition from Chelsea and Manchester United.
The report claims the Gunners have registered the most interest in the 23-year-old goal machine, but with Man Utd and Chelsea also both hopeful of landing Romelu Lukaku, Arsenal could face a last-ditch battle for Belotti with whoever misses out on the Belgian.
ARSENAL MAKE HUGE ALEXIS OFFER
Arsenal have offered Alexis Sanchez a new contract worth £270,000 a week amid interest from Bayern Munich, according to the Daily Mail .
The proposal is still short of the £300,000 package Alexis wants but is said to feature incentives which are likely to bring his weekly earnings close to that total.
ARSENAL EYE HAZARD
Arsenal are eyeing a move for Borussia Monchengladbach winger Thorgan Hazard, according to Jeunes Footeux .
The Belgium international, who is the brother of Chelsea's Eden, has come to the attention of Arsene Wenger following some impressive performances.
But the Gunners are likely to face competition from Everton, with the player valued at around €18 million.
BAYERN WON'T MATCH ALEXIS' WAGE
Bayern Munich are ready to pull out of the race to sign Alexis Sanchez as the Arsenal attacker's wages are too high for them, Bild reports.
The German giants were willing to offer a maximum of €16 million per season to the Chile star, but he already earns €20m at the Emirates Stadium.
CITY CONFIDENT OF ALEXIS & WALKER
Manchester City's players believe Alexis Sanchez and Kyle Walker will be joining them next season for a combined £100 million, according to the Daily Mirror .
The Arsenal star has been linked to City as his contract continues to run down at the Emirates Stadium while Walker looks set to exit Spurs after an apparent falling out with Mauricio Pochettino.
BAYERN AHEAD IN ALEXIS RACE
Alexis Sanchez's agent is in talks with Bayern Munich after the German champions agreed to meet both the player and Arsenal's financial demands, according El Mercurio .
Bayern are prepared to pay $65 million (£50m) to sign the Chilean and hand him a $14.5m-a-year (£11.2m) contract but Manchester City also remain interested.
UTD OPEN TO SMALLING OFFERS
Manchester United will entertain summer transfer bid for centre-back Chris Smalling, ESPN reports.
The article claims Smalling has fallen behind Phil Jones, Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly in the centre-back pecking order, and with Michael Keane looking likely to join in the summer Smalling looks to be first for the chopping block.
Arsenal have shown interest in Smalling in the past, with Arsene Wenger said to be an admirer.
ARSENAL PLOT HULK SWOOP
Arsenal will look to bring Hulk back to Europe from Shanghai SIPG if Alexis Sanchez leaves the club this summer, reports Don Balon .
The Brazilian has been in China since June 2016, but the Gunners see him as an ideal replacement for a man who could move on as he prepares to enter the final 12 months of his contract.
ARSENAL OPEN ONYEKURU TALKS
Arsenal have opened talks regarding a move for KAS Eupen striker Henry Onyekuru, according to Sky Sports .
The 19-year-old is the top scorer in the Belgian top-flight this season having found the net on 20 occasions and though the Gunners are in the driving seat to bring him to the Premier League, Everton and Southampton are also interested.
OSPINA IN FENER TALKS
Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina is in talks with Turkish side Fenerbahce, according to the Mirror .
The Colombia goalkeeper is growing frustrated at the lack of playing time at the Emirates, with Petr Cech preferred at the club's first choice.
KOSCIELNY IN EXIT TALKS
Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny is in talks with Marseille over a potential summer switch to Ligue 1, according to a report from Canal Plus cited by GFFN .
The Gunners centre-back has made 32 Premier League appearances for Arsene Wenger's side and has three years remaining on his current deal at the Emirates.
With the future of Arsenal boss Wenger uncertain, however, the French publication claims Koscielny is keeping his options open ahead of next season.
USMANOV ATTEMPTS ARSENAL TAKEOVER
Uzbek-born billionaire Alisher Usmanov has attempted to take control of Arsenal from major shareholder Stan Kroenke, according to the Financial Times .
The metal magnate currently owns 30 per cent of the London club, and has offered Kroenke £1 billion to buy the American's 67 per cent stake. Kroenke has been involved with Arsenal since 2007 and is unwilling to sell his share to Usmanov.
GIROUD EYES ARSENAL EXIT
Olivier Giroud is ready to quit Arsenal this summer in order to keep his 2018 World Cup dream alive, reports the Daily Mirror .
The France international has struggled for starts at times this season and will push for a move if further striking reinforcements are brought in when the transfer window re-opens.
MAHREZ WANTS LEICESTER EXIT
Leicester City winger Riyad Mahrez wants to leave the King Power Stadium this summer, according to the Daily Telegraph .
The Algeria international vowed to remain with the Foxes this season, but believes he has now honoured an agreement made last summer and should be allowed to move on.
Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea are likely to be interested in the 2016 PFA Player of the Year.