Arsenal transfer news and rumours: Leroy Sane to cost £64m; Zinchenko latest; Arthur once again a target

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Arsenal are hoping to announce their fifth signing of the summer this week.

It has been a busy transfer market so far for the Gunners with Marquinhos and Matt Turner bought alongside the big-name additions of Gabriel Jesus and Fabio Vieira.

The arrival of Oleksandr Zinchenko from Manchester City is expected imminently.

But the links keep on coming with Leroy Sane and Arthur Melo the latest names touted for a move to north London.

Here is your latest update of Arsenal transfer news and rumours...

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Leroy Sane

Bayern Munich will demand £64million to sell Sane to Arsenal after the Gunners’ interest in the German winger emerged.

Like Zinchenko and Jesus, Mikel Arteta knows the 26-year-old well from their time together at Manchester City.

Bild, via Mundo Deportivo, note a number of clubs tracking Sane with Arsenal among them.

Oleksandr Zinchenko

 (Manchester City FC via Getty Ima)
(Manchester City FC via Getty Ima)

Arsenal have a verbal agreement to sign Zinchenko for £30m from City, according to The Observer.

An announcement could arrive in the coming days with personal terms and the length of the contract discussed over the weekend.

The versatile Ukrainian moving to the Emirates Stadium has even been described as the “signing of the summer”.

Arthur Melo

Juventus are ready to let Arthur go with Arsenal considering making a move for the Brazilian playmaker.

TMW claim the Gunners are warming to the idea of bidding despite interest from Barcelona, who let the player go to Turin in 2020.

Roma are not thought to be a threat in the building race to land Arthur, while Juventus remain interested in Arsenal defender Gabriel in return.

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