Considering how rampant they’ve become since the start of the summer transfer window, the Gunners are truly ready to provide a quality squad for Unai Emery to work with in the upcoming season.
The Spanish manager is believed to make huge changes to his team at the back of the pitch ahead of next season after poor outings from the Gunners defenders last term.
With Lichtsteiner’s deal already sealed, Arsenal have turned their attention to Frieburg defender Caglar Soyuncu, who is being linked with the Gunners since previous transfer window.
The Turkish defender was initially thought to have agreed to a deal with the North London club, according to German media outlet Bild, but it appears to be a mere speculation.
Standard Evening reports in the early hours of today (Monday) that Soyuncu has made up his mind to switch to the Emirates Stadium ahead of next season, but a deal hasn’t been reached with the Bundesliga side.
However, they further report that the Gunners are on the verge of reaching a £35m deal with Frieburg for his signature.
Soyuncu, 22, was lively for the German side last term but he wants new challenges and Arsenal are ready to provide a good atmosphere where he can face deadly challenges from top Premier League strikers in the World.
Apart Caglar Soyuncu’s deal, Borussia Dortmund defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos is nearing a move to the Emirates Stadium, according to the same source.
The Gunners have agreed with the Westfalenstadion outfits over the possibility of signing the experienced defender before the start of next season.