Galatasaray plot shock move for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain - Arsenal roundup

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Arsenal fans, good morning and welcome to transfer deadline day.

Like a well written Quentin Tarantino flick literally anything could happen between now and the end of the day, so make sure you stay tuned for all the latest.

There could be five Emirates Stadium deals secured between now and 6pm, there could be none. The best you can do is keep yourself in the loop. We’ll help...


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Shock interest

Arsenal fans might not be expecting a late flurry of transfer business but all the same Galatasaray are said to be plotting a surprise move for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

According to stunning reports the Turkish giants are serious about their interest in the England international and have already made an enquiry to determine how interested Arsenal might be in doing a deal.

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From a neutral stand point we predict Arsene Wenger won’t be interested at all, but what do we know?

Double deal in the offing?

Elsewhere reports today are claiming Wenger IS interested in completing a double swoop for PSG pair Edinson Cavani and Adrien Rabiot.

Both men have been linked with moves away from France, though it would cost a hefty sum to get any transfer done.

Higuain rumour

Lastly the Gunners are also looking into the possibility of a late deal for Gonzalo Higuain, or so says Spanish journalist Kiko Marin.

We know, it’s confusing. Stick with us for all the latest throughout the day.

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