Arsenal set to announce Monchi deal as Emery keen to wrap up £34 million AC Milan transfer deal?

Reports have claimed Arsenal are keen to try and acquire the services of AC Milan winger Suso.

With Gunners boss Unai Emery still chasing a top four spot and Champions League football for next season, the Spanish boss has started eyeing up possible summer recruits which will help his side push on and possibly challenge for the Premier League title.

And with the departures of a number of first team players, he will need to invest heavily in key areas of the pitch, and one name which has caught the attentions of the Spaniard is that of former Liverpool winger Suso.

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Suso has become one of the most creative and attacking players in Seria A after reinventing his career in Italy and his performances over the past few months have alerted the likes of Tottenham, Manchester United and even Liverpool to his growing potential.

And with reports suggesting that Arsenal are close to announcing the arrival of Monchi as Sporting Director, the Tuttospprt website has claimed arrival could be vital in Arsenal’s attempts to sign AC Milan star Suso this summer.

Reports claim Monchi tried to sign Suso during his time as Roma’s sporting director and could try to do so again if he takes up the same role at the Emirates.

Could he be a good signing for Arsenal?

The Spaniard is a brilliant talent that could easily become one of the best wingers in world football, if he continues to impress and develop at the current rate he has been over in Seria A.

So if Arsenal can land him for £34 million in the summer transfer window, then he would be a top-class buy for the club and a great investment, as his valuation will continue to go up working under Emery.

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