Arsenal are set for huge changes this summer as the Gunners look to bounce back from a disappointing campaign, with the latest setback being Sunday’s 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.
One area that’s likely to be focused on in the transfer window is midfield, as Santi Cazorla is still sidelined with a long-term injury and also sees his contract expire at the end of the campaign, whilst Jack Wilshere is also yet to pen a new deal.
Schalke youngster Max Meyer is a reported target and Arsenal have been handed a boost in their quest to secure his signature, as German outlet Bild report that the 22-year-old has rejected the latest contract offer from the Bundesliga side.
Arsenal benefitted from a similar situation last summer to capture Sead Kolasinac and Meyer, a German international, could follow- although there is a wealth of clubs interested in the signature of the young midfielder.
Meyer would present tremendous value for money and that will appeal to a number of sides, although Arsenal could steal a march by negotiating a pre-contractual agreement with the player.