Arsenal boss planning moves for £106m trio

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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is planning future moves for three of Europe's biggest stars. 

The Daily Mail have reported that the Gunners boss has identified Julian Draxler, Diego Costa and Jackson Martinez as future targets. 

All three players have buy-out clauses in their contracts at their current clubs, with Draxler's currently standing at £40 million, Martinez's at £34m and Costa's at £32m

So if Arsene Wenger is to bring the trio of stars to the Emirates, then the Arsenal chief will have to splash out as much as £106m for their services.

All three players have starred in their domestic leagues around Europe and it now appears that Arsenal are ready to bring them to England.

However it remains to be seen as to whether Wenger will bring any of these stars to north London in this transfer window or wait until the summer.

Arsenal fans will be hoping that at-least one of these players signs for the club before the end of this window as the Gunners go in search of the Premier League title.

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