2 men who may join & 2 men who may leave Arsenal: your midweek transfer round-up from top sources
Everything we've learnt from papers over the last days
• Mirror: Arsenal are reportedly monitoring Borussia Dortmund's Mario Gotze after the midfielder signalled he wants to move to the Premier League. The 26-year-old scored Germany's World Cup-winning goal in Brazil in 2014, however, an English club could land him for a reasonable £18m. Everton and West Ham are also said to be keeping tabs on Gotze, who missed out on selection for Russia.
Probability rating: 4/10
• German outlet Bild: The Gunners are keen on Croatia international Ante Rebic. Bayern Munich, United Tottenham, and Napoli are listed as other possible destinations. He's valued at €50m and is tied down to a contract with Eintracht Frankfurt until 2021. Rebic, by the way, is a World Cup finalist.
Probability rating: 3/10
• Corriere dello Sport: Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has reportedly emerged as a surprise transfer target for Italian champions Juventus. A new centre-back remains one of the club's top priorities, though, and the report claims that Mustafi is on Juve's list of potential targets. Mustafi, by the way, made only 35 appearances for Arsenal across all competitions last season.
Probability rating: 6/10
• The agent of David Ospina, Lucas Jaramillo: According to reports in media, Arsenal want up to £6 million for Colombia keeper. His agent has confirmed the interest from Boca Juniors but stated the move is unlikely to happen: Right now it is not economically possible for a club like Boca to pay that much for a goalkeeper. We are focused on continuing in Europe because he is relatively young. But if there are no further options in Europe, Boca is a great option because it is one of the 10 biggest clubs in the world."
Probability rating: 8/10
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