Arsenal get double transfer boost in search for attacker amid fresh Gabriel Magalhaes concern

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A look at all the latest Arsenal transfer news and rumours as the Gunners look to wrap up a top four spot with just four games to go.

Arsenal are still holding out in the race for a top four spot, holding off Tottenham as we head into the final games of the season.

The Gunners need to keep their nerve for just four more games, including one against Tottenham, to secure the return of Champions League football at the Emirates Stadium.

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Mikel Arteta’s men remained on track over the weekend with an impressive win over West Ham, and they are inching closer to securing a top four spot.

As the Gunners prepare to face Leeds United this weekend, we have rounded up all the latest transfer news.

Richarlison boost

Arsenal have been linked with a move for Everton star Richarlison, and they have been given a boost in their reported bid to land him.

According to Football Insider, Everton could accept bids of more than £50million for their Brazilian star this summer.

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Manchester United have also been linked, and it’s not clear how far up on Arsenal’s shortlist Richarlison is.

Osimhen race latest

In other news, the Gunners have been linked with a move for Napoli frontman Victor Osimhen.

And according to Gazzetta dello Sport via SportsMole, Arsenal have moved ahead of United in the race to land the frontman.

Arsenal are said to be favourites to land the striker, who is not going to come cheap this summer amid plenty of interest around Europe.

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Gabriel concern

The Gunners could face a battle to keep hold of starting centre-back Gabriel Magalhaes this summer.

According to Gianluca DiMarzio, Juventus are eyeing a centre-back ahead of this summer, and Gabriel fits the bill.

Arsenal are not likely to play ball with Arteta having built his improved back-line around Gabriel and Ben White this season.

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