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The BBC‘s David Ornstein has provided a worrying update on Arsenal’s transfer window, claiming he’d be ‘staggered’ if the Wilfried Zaha deal comes to pass (via Arseblog).
It’s been a worrying summer for Arsenal so far in terms of transfers despite an optimistic start.
The club needs to sign players in a number of positions and so far, only the young forward Gabriel Martinelli has completed the deal.
The William Saliba deal is effectively done, but the BBC‘s David Ornstein claimed that there hasn’t much movement elsewhere.
“Nothing is imminent,” Ornstein told Arseblog.
“I’d be staggered if the Zaha transfer comes to fruition. In that position, they’ll have to look for an alternative option.
“They clearly want to bring in someone who can provide width. I did see Malcom links. I don’t know about the current links but that is a transfer they’ve pursued in the past. That was a Sanllehi-led transfer so it wouldn’t be a surprise.
“The Ryan Fraser situation, I don’t know a great deal about it but it was clearly there to be done at the right price and Arsenal didn’t seem to be able to – or want to go in at that price.
“A lot of people have asked about Hakim Ziyech. Arsenal have analysed him and he’s not a player that they will be pursuing as far as I know. He would welcome the move and Ajax would sell for around £30 million but that’s on Arsenal’s agenda.
“Left-back, we know they are primarily interested in Kieran Tierney. It’s a deal that’s there to be done but Arsenal need to get to the asking price or strike a deal.”
It’s a fascinating interview with David Ornstein. Arsenal haven’t had the most productive summer but it doesn’t look as if that will change in the imminent future. The Gunners need to get some things over the line because the deadline is creeping up.