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Lazio have reportedly put a £35million price on Arsenal target Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, according to reports.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the Serie A side have lowered the Serbian’s price because the midfielder’s current is set to expire in 18 months.

The report continues that could entice the Gunners into making a bid in the summer.

Meanwhile, Barcelona have reportedly already held talks with Brazil wonderkid Vitor Roque’s agent, according to reports.

Arsenal are said to be interested in the youngster who has starred for Athletico Paranaense.

But, according to Mundo Deportivo, the Catalans are hoping to steal a march on the 17-year-old by getting to him first.

Ollie Watkins is a target for Arsenal in the summer, according to reports.

Journalist Steve Kay tweeted: “Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins is one of the strikers that Arsenal have been keeping a close eye on as a possible summer signing according to sources.

“Arteta is a massive admirer of the England International, who recently praised the forward in the away win against Villa.”

Gabby Agbonlahor has tipped Arsenal to make a move for Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio.

“It’s exactly the sort of signing they need,” he told Football Insider.

“Asensio isn’t playing as much as he’d like right now. But he’s done so many good things for a long time at Real Madrid. He gets into tight spaces, he’s a flair player.

“They are the characteristics that Arsenal will be searching for this summer.”

Man City have joined Arsenal in the race for Alexis Mac Allister.

The Daily Star claims the Argentina World Cup winner is a top target for Mikel Arteta.

But Pep Guardiola is now ready to move for the Brighton midfielder too.

Ilkay Gundogan could leave City and Mac Allister is seen as the ideal replacement.

Ian Wright has urged Arsenal to sign William Saliba on to a long-term contract.

“For a defender, and I feel the same with central midfielders, they have to play regularly to get to know the position and especially with the age that he is,” he told Premier League Productions.

“That’s why they sent him out [on loan] again. Arsenal fans were a little disappointed because we felt that we needed him. But you look at him, now, the way he has started the season and the way he plays. It’s fantastic.

“He’s a full international off the back of it,” Wright said.

“People talking about Saka, and Saka signing a new deal, and we know how much we need Saka. I don’t think there was any real problems with that happening because of his connection with the club. But I think all the eggs need to go in the Saliba basket. We got to make sure we keep this guy.”

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