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MIKEL ARTETA is plotting an overhaul at Arsenal after winning his own personal battle with coronavirus.
The Gunners are interested in an Everton player and have been given a boost in their bid to retain on-loan midfielder Dani Ceballos.
Elsewhere, Serge Gnabry turned heads by wearing a Gunners shirt in a video.
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Arsenal, Man Utd and Chelsea have suffered a transfer blow with £20m Gent wonderkid Jonathan David reportedly preferring a move to Barcelona.
According to Mundo Deportivo, the young midfielder would prefer a move to La Liga giants Barcelona.
He has been a long standing admirer of former Barcelona star Ronaldinho for his playing style and trademark smile.
The Catalan giants need to replace Luis Suarez as he is set to miss most of the rest of the season – when it resumes – after he had surgery on a troublesome knee injury.
David has been hailed as the most flexible forward in the Belgian top-flight, with the youngster capable of fitting in across the front-line.
Barcelona are considering part-exchanging Antoine Griezmann for Neymar, according to reports.
Barca value Griezmann at £88million while Paris Saint-Germain want £135m for Neymar and the two could do a swap deal, according to Sky Sports News.
Arsenal are among the teams believed to be looking at Griezmann.
While Neymar has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea in recent transfer windows.
Manchester United remain top of the Premier League's annual turnover list despite not having won the title since 2013.
Figures reveal the Red Devils raked in a whopping £581million – the most in 2017-18 – with lowly Sheffield United sitting bottom of the list pulling in just £20m.
the Deloitte list shows the Old Trafford giants top by some distance, nearly £80m ahead of bitter rivals City in second whose income for the period was £503m.
Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham – in that order – make up the financial big six with revenues between £455m (Liverpool) and £379m (Spurs).
ED BOY GOOD ENOUGH FOR GUNNERS
Arsenal target Odsonne Edouard has been hailed as the complete package.
Rangers legend Kris Boyd claims Celtic's French striker, 22, is already good enough for ANY Premier League club.
Sky Sports pundit Boyd said of the Scottish champs' £9million club-record signing from PSG: “He’s the outstanding player in the league – a class apart.
“There’s talk of him going to a mid-table team in England but he should just cut them out and go straight to the top with any of the big guns.
“He’s got everything. He glides past defenders as if they are not there.
He’s got skill, although perhaps one criticism can be his finishing, he tries to place everything in the corners.
“He’s not from the same finishing school as someone like [Celtic's Scotland forward] Leigh Griffiths but in terms of the all round package, he’s the best player in Scotland.”
Edinson Cavani is set to be offered £6million-a-year to make a shock Napoli return on a free transfer from Paris Saint-Germain.
The Uruguay ace is out of contract with the French outfit this summer and is unlikely to sign a new deal.
Chelsea and Arsenal failed with bids for Cavani in January, while Manchester United have also been linked.
According to TuttoSport, Napoli are poised to make a move for their former frontman and plan to offer the PSG star £6m-a-year, around £115,000 per week.
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