Date: 29th June 2018 at 7:00pm
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Arsenal’s new boss continues to eye significant changes to the side he inherited from and midfield is an area of focus.

are set to lose the services of Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla when their expire at the end of June, which has led the side to search the market for replacements.

Although initially named as one of the club’s interested in the services of international Max Meyer, who will leave Schalke on a free transfer, reports now claim that Arsenal have pulled out of the chase.

According to Bild, cited by TalkSportArsenal and a number of other clubs were not prepared to meet Meyer’s wage demands of around €5m-a-year and the 22-year-old now looks set to join defeated finalists Marseille.

Valued highly by Schalke, Meyer would have been an expensive addition if it was not for his contract situation but Arsenal have other priorities in the market.