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Arsenal Transfer Rumors: Deals with David Luiz, Sami Khedira, Kieran Tierney

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    Arsenal Transfer Rumors

    Football Transfer Window is about to get closed in a few hours and club Arsenal are looking to make some major deals. Unai Emery, the manager and coach of Arsenal F.C. has been very active in the trade deals. They are in talks with a lot of football players from leagues all around the world and deals will be made official soon. Here are the potential deals of Arsenal with Wilfried Zaha, David Luiz, Sami Khedira, Kieran Tierney.

    David Luiz

    Arsenal Transfer Rumors David Luiz

    Arsenal was in dire need for a talented player who can hold the backside, and David Luiz was always in the trade talks. The Chelsea defender will soon join Arsenal FC for £8 million as both the teams have agreed for a deal. Luiz has proven himself to be a talented center-back and the same will be continued in the team of Arsenal. One should not focus on his hairstyle as looks can be deceptive, but the talent Luiz has is permanent.

    Sami Khedira

    Arsenal Transfer Rumors Sami Khedira

    Sami Khedira was not at all happy with club Juventus as he was continually being neglected. When Maurizio Sarri arrived in the Allianz Stadium, Khedira was told that his career with the Italian club is over. There were a few offers from Besiktas and Fenerbahce, but he declined to move back to London. Arsenal will offer him a deal soon and Khedira will end his contract with Juventus and make a new deal as a free agent.

    Kieran Tierney

    Arsenal Transfer Rumors kieran tierney

    Kieran Tierney is all set to leave the Celtics side and join club Arsenal for a max five-year contract with them. Arsenal are offering £25 million for Tierney, and it makes him a valuable player for them. The 22-year-old left-back is expected to be the fifth major signing for the Gunners. Nicolas Pepe, Gabriel Martinelli, Dani Ceballos, and William Saliba have already been traded in the Arsenal FC.

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