Arsenal could have an advantage on Manchester City and Liverpool heading into the summer transfer window, as it appears James Milner is keen on a switch to the Emirates Stadium. Fresh reports seem to indicate that the England international will snub a new contract offer worth £34 million from City in favour of Arsene Wenger’s calling, as it is likely to guarantee him more first-team football in the coming years. It’s said Milner can still pocket wages of around £125,000-a-week at Arsenal whilst also being handed a lucrative signing on fee, which should be enough to rule out an Etihad stay based purely on financial gain. In team news Theo Walcott is set to have new contract talks after the FA Cup final, with his future very much up in the air. Wenger wants the winger to stay, but Walcott might have other ideas based on his opportunities this term.