Arsenal backed to pursue creative midfield gem this summer as loan interest in winger intensifies

Arsenal could sign a highly-rated EFL midfielder in the summer as a Gunners youngster prepares for a loan move away from the club.

With the January transfer window now behind us, Arsenal can now focus on the rest of the season. Spirits are high at the Emirates Stadium, following a 3-1 win over Liverpool at the weekend - joining the Gunners looks like an exciting prospect as things stand.

Arsenal have been linked with a move for a midfielder who currently plays for one of the top clubs in the EFL - additionally, one of their youngsters is expected to leave the club soon on loan.

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Arsenal could sign Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall in the summer

Arsenal are reportedly interested in a move for Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, according to journalist Dean Jones - he believes that a player of his ilk 'would be on their radar'.

Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Jones said: "Dewsbury-Hall, a player that's creative, definitely somebody that I could see that would be on their radar. I know for a fact that as well as being open to signing a new striker, they also feel like they might need another wide player.

"I think a creator like Dewsbury Hall who can be versatile and who can bring a spark to games. It's not very often these players become available. I don't think he'd be top of Arsenal's list to be honest, but he's certainly somebody that would fit what they're trying to do under Arteta."

Fluminense leading race to sign Marquinhos on loan

Arsenal winger Marquinhos could depart the club on loan soon, according to Jorge Nicola. Fluminense are thought to be 'leading the race' to bring him on board, but Corinthians are also reportedly interested.

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Having joined the club in 2022 from Sao Paulo, Marquinhos has yet to break into the Gunners' first team. In between loan spells at Norwich City and Nantes, he has made just one Premier League appearance for Arsenal.

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