Gunners ponder move for Scotland international

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Arsenal have outlined West Brom star Graham Dorrans as a summer transfer target, according to reports.

A host of clubs including Newcastle United, Sunderland, Celtic and Manchester City have all been linked with a move for Dorrans, who has been one of the star performers in the Championship this season.

Arsenal have been following the Scottish international closely and it is thought a bid in the region £6 million would be enough to secure the players services.

Wenger is looking to add more depth to his squad after losing young Aaron Ramsey for the rest of this season after breaking his leg in a challenge with Stoke defender Ryan Shawcross.

It is thought that the 22-year-old would favour a move to the Emirates in the summer, especially with Arsenal’s track record of developing young talent.

Dorrans made over 35 appearances for West Brom scoring eight goals since he completed his move to The Hawthorns in 2008.

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