Arsenal were heavily linked with Manuel Locatelli more than 12 months ago and look set to revive their interest.
Locatelli won plenty of admirers with his performances for Italy at Euro 2020.
Among them was Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, but at the time Locatelli preferred to join Juventus.
TOP STORY – GUNNERS TO REVIVE LOCATELLI INTEREST
Premier League leaders Arsenal will renew their pursuit of Italy international Manuel Locatelli in the near future, claims Calciomercato.
The Gunners have previously been linked with the 24-year-old Juventus midfielder, who is on loan from Sassuolo.
Locatelli was signed by the Bianconeri in August 2021 on a two-year loan, with Juventus holding the obligation to purchase him for €25 million payable over three years plus €12.5m in potential add-ons.
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