Arsenal have already had a very busy summer transfer window.
Kai Havertz’s move from Chelsea for £65m has been confirmed, whilst Declan Rice and Jurrien Timber’s moves are expected to be announced this week.
Such high spending may suggest to Arsenal fans that their club are basically done in the market for the year.
However, Dharmesh Sheth has suggested another two areas may be targeted before the window closes:
“One of the primary focuses for Arsenal has been a right-sided attacking player. They went for Raphinha last summer, in the last two transfer windows there were linked with Moussa Diaby. They didn’t fill that priority position then.
“I know they spent a lot of money but if they can get a bit of money from sales I wouldn’t rule it out. Recruiting another midfielder cannot be ruled out.
“There’s a lot of interest around Europe in Thomas Partey. He’s got two years left on his contract. Are they going to extend that contract, are they going to extend that contract to the satisfaction of Thomas Partey? Or would he be best served going elsewhere and getting a longer contract? If he wants to leave then there’s another gap that Arsenal may want to fill and then maybe another midfielder could come in.”