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Tierney to be sold

Kieran Tierney will be sold this summer, according to TeamTALK.

The outlet reports that Mikel Arteta has decided against giving the full-back a second chance at the club.

Premier League clubs are keeping tabs, with Aston Villa credited with an interest.

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Arsenal in for Semih Kılıçsoy?

Semih Kılıçsoy’s agent has claimed that Arsenal are one of the teams interested in the Besiktas forward.

He told Sport Witness: “I know that clubs such as Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Arsenal, PSG, Monaco, Bayer Leverkusen & Stuttgart are watching Semih. We received information about this, but it has not reached the offer stage. At least, there is no offer that has reached us.

“Semih is a different player at his young age. Therefore, he is followed in the five biggest leagues of Europe. Besiktas’ situation is also important here. Currently, Semih is only concentrating on the national team, we will look at the situation after the Euros.”

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Fabrizio Romano on Sesko move part II

Romano continued talking about Sesko’s future by saying: “The first step has to be to inform Leipzig of his decision. He has to decide whether he wants to be the superstar of Leipzig for one more season or to leave immediately.”

“He has three proposals from the Premier League – Chelsea, Manchester United & Arsenal – these three clubs have already approached Sesko & presented their project. Now it’s on the player.”

Fabrizio Romano on Sesko

Fabrizio Romano has been speaking on Arsenal target Benjamin Sesko.

He said: “In the next days, the situation of Benjamin Sesko will become CLEAR.

“The player will make a decision on his future. As of today, I can guarantee 100 per cent that not even Sesko himself knows where he will play next season.”

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Arsenal make approach

Arsenal have reportedly made an approach for Girona star Viktor Tsygankov.

The Ukrainian is fresh off the back of an impressive season for the La Liga outfit, scoring eight goals and adding seven assists in the league.

A host of clubs have since been linked, with AS reporting the Gunners have made the first move.

It is understood Tsygankov’s contract, which runs until 2027, includes a £25.5million release clause.

Isak blow

Arsenal have suffered a setback in their hopes of signing Alexander Isak this summer.

The Newcastle striker has revealed he is enjoying himself at St. James’ Park and has not considered leaving.

Isak told Fotballskanalen: “I am enjoying myself at Newcastle, and I had the best season in my career — that should not be underestimated.

“I love everything about the club; the fans, and the city.

“It (my future) is not something I will speculate about, I have no thoughts on leaving. There has been no talk about it at the club and I have received no information that the could would have to sell me.”

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