Arsenal Transfer Reserves Are Higher Than First Thought

Wilfried Zaha

The Ivorian has been linked with a move to Gunners, but the Eagles are demanding exorbitant money - wanting £80 million for the attacker.

And do Arsenal really need Zaha when they have Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, an outstanding striker when he decides to play.

It is understood than Nwakali will be loaned out or depart Arsenal on a permanent basis before the close of the summer transfer window because he is not qualified for a work permit in England.

Wilfried Zaha's brother Judicael has told Sky Sports News: 'Wilfried will always hold Crystal Palace and their fans in the highest regard and all the support they've given means the world to him.

With bids for Wilfried Zaha being rejected, the North London club is now looking towards other options and Real Madrid's Lucas Vazquez seems to be one of them.

Zaha refused to comment on the speculation during a media conference ahead of Ivory Coast's last-16 clash with Mali, but he has since taken to Twitter to post a cryptic message.

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"Youve got Arsenal trading on a currency of trying to create division between the player and the football club".

"This is a great club, which has a very long history of winning important trophies, so it's time we won something big again".

The 18-year-old was one of several Arsenal u-23 players elevated to train with the first team players.

Arsenal were always going to find it hard to acquire a player of Zaha's ability this summer as their transfer budget is thought to be extremely limited.

Arsenal are reported to be in for both players but Seaman believes Kieran Tierney should be the priority and stated his case why.

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