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Joshua Guilavogui to Arsenal in transfer round-up (1)

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With the Premier League season now just two weeks away, it’s no surprise to see transfer window speculation going into overdrive.

Managers are taking a closer look at their places during pre-season matches, with some making a case for their place next season and others showing they might not be up to the challenges ahead.

There have already been a number of big signings, with the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Cesc Fabregas arriving in the Premier League.

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More big names could follow, with Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City all expected to be busy. In Spain, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have all done business already this summer, but much more is expected.

And, with all that in mind, GiveMeSport takes a closer look at the major headlines in both the UK and Spain, with a large focus on potential transfer moves...


Arsenal want to sign Joshua Guilavogui for £11.5million in the transfer window.

The 23-year-old defensive midfielder moved to Spain from St Etienne last summer, but has struggled to make an impact since arriving at the La Liga champions.

Arsene Wenger could offer the player a lifeline at the Emirates Stadium, but face competition from German side Wolfsburg for the signature.

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