Check out all the latest Arsenal news and transfer gossip from today.
Arsenal are facing fresh competition for the signature of Croatian midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, after Inter Milan joined the race to land him.
The Dinamo Zagreb star shone at the World Cup in Brazil and has impressed in the Europa League this season, prompting admiring glances from Arsene Wenger who has already sent Gunners scouts to watch him in action.
However, his prospective switch to the Emirates Stadium has been dealt a blow after Inter stepped up their interest, with Walter Mazzarri keen to recruit the 21-year-old when the transfer window reopens in January.
The Serie 'A' giants are willing to offer €6 million for Brozovic but Zagreb are likely to demand more money, which could play into the hands of Arsenal, after identifying him as a possible back-up for £42.4 million club-record signing Mesut Ozil.
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye has suggested that he's unhappy with his lack of game time at the Parc des Prince, which could pave the way for Arsenal to launch a bid to take him back to England. (Daily Mail)
Arsene Wenger tried to sign the France international when he left Newcastle United in a £19 million deal in January, and is ready to renew interest in the player following his failure to nail down a regular first team spot with the Ligue 1 champions.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has been given a huge injury scare before any of his stars even play a competitive international fixture this week, after Mesut Ozil reported for Germany duty with a knee problem that requires an MRI scan. (Twitter)
The Gunners' club-record signing given permission to miss full training yesterday in favour of light sessions at the team hotel, but has been sent for a scan at a hospital in Munich later today.
Arsenal target Ignazio Abate is set to commit his future to AC Milan, according to reports in Italy, ruling out any possibility of a move to the Emirates Stadium. (talkSPORT)
Arsene Wenger had set sights on the 27-year-old prior to the arrival of Mathieu Debuchy, but with the Frenchman now sidelined by injury it was reported the Gunners boss was ready to renew interest in the Italy international in January.
However, the north Londoners will have to turn their attention to alternative right-back reinforcement options as Abate closes in on a new deal at the San Siro that will tie him there until 2018.