Arsenal readying Juanfran move

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Arsenal are considering a move for Atletico Madrid star Juanfran, according to 

The full-back, who has enjoyed a fine season at the La Liga giants, is being eyed as a potential replacement for the outgoing Bacary Sagna. 

Sagna looks set to join Manchester City in the near future and Arsene Wenger is seemingly determined to identify a replacement. 

Reports had previously suggested that the Gunners were in the market for Toulouse's Serge Aurier. 

However, it now appears that the Arsenal boss is considering bringing Juanfran to the club, as he would bring valuable experience to his squad. 

Juanfran, 29, has played more outfield matches than all of his teammates this season, and is recognised as one of the best full-backs in world football. 

It remains to be seen as to whether Arsenal can persuade Atletico to sell the Spanish ace, but he would represent a great signing for The Gunners. 

Arsenal fans: Would you rather replace Sagna with Juanfran or Aurier? Have your say below! 

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