Check out all the latest Arsenal news and transfer gossip from today.
Arsenal are in talks with AC Milan over the prospective transfer of Joel Campbell - the Costa Rica forward who dazzled at the World Cup in Brazil this summer. (Metro)
The 22-year-old forward had been expected to be given a chance in Arsene Wenger's first-team this season, but if reports coming out of Italy are to be believed, Campbell could be heading to the San Siro.
Gunners fans will be disappointed to see a player with such potential depart the Emirates Stadium without ever making a senior appearance for the north London club.
Since signing for Arsenal in 2011, Campbell has taken in loan spells in France, Germany and Greece - but had hoped that his recent form would give him a shot at playing in the Premier League.
The youngster has returned from his post World Cup holiday to join up with the Gunners pre-season squad, but after Milan made contact with Arsenal on Wednesday he could soon be on his way out again.
A formal bid is expected from the Serie 'A' giants in the coming days, with Campbell's valuation mooted at £16 million following his sensational displays in South America this summer.
Arsenal transfer gossip:
Arsene Wenger has been told he will have to pay £32 million to sign Porto striker Jackson Martinez this summer. (talkSPORT)
The Colombia international has been heavily linked with a move away from Estadio do Dragao this transfer window, but director general Antero Henrique insists it will only be if a suitor meets the player's release clause.
Arsenal have launched an £8 million bid to sign Hoffenheim midfielder Roberto Firmino. (Daily Express)
The Brazilian playmaker has attracted widespread Premier League interest this summer, but no club is yet to meet the Bundesliga club's valuation of the 22-year-old talent.
Arsenal are keen to sign Manchester United winger Nani and hope to secure the Portuguese winger's services for £9 million this summer. (A Bola)
However, the Gunners might be forced to improve that bid by at least £2 million if they are to convince Louis van Gaal to sanction an Old Trafford exit.
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