Arsenal transfer news: Aymeric Laporte rules out summer move

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Check out the latest Arsenal transfer news and gossip from today's papers and from around the web:

Arsenal are keen on signing Aymeric Laporte from Athletic Bilbao, who is rated at £30 million.

However the defender has ruled out a switch to the Emirates Stadium or indeed anywhere else, saying he is happy with the Basque club (Daily Express)

Arsenal striker target Alvaro Morata has hinted he could be staying at Real Madrid - by tweeting a picture of him in Real Madrid's new pink kit (Metro)

The Gunners are tracking Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina as an alternative to Wojciech Szczesny (Daily Mail)

Santi Cazorla has urged Cesc Fabregas to return to the Emirates Stadium and snub Chelsea and Manchester United (Metro)

Thierry Henry has backed Arsenal to go on and win the Premier League next season (Independent)

Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is reportedly urging Karim Benzema to snub a move to Arsenal in order to remain at the Bernabeu (Daily Star)

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