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The article below offers an in-depth look at five Premier League players who fit the bill, and a few who do not.
We’ll start with the most popular, and we’ll take a brief look at some of the lesser-known names who may or may not be considered for a move.
First up is the former Arsenal and Everton man, Aaron Ramsey, who joined the Black Cats from Tottenham last summer.
The Spaniard is currently in his second season with the club, and has already made 23 appearances.
Arsenal have had an interesting approach to the recruitment of the 25-year-old.
“The main goal was to get Ramsey on board,” said Arsene Wenger.
“It was an interesting decision, but Ramsey has played at this level for many years, and he has a good personality.
Ramsey has a lot of good qualities.
He’s a very intelligent player, he is a good technical player and he plays the game at the highest level.
He is a very good professional, he has won lots of titles.”
Ramsey has also impressed Arsene with his performances on the pitch, and is likely to make his Arsenal debut against Aston Villa in the FA Cup on Tuesday.
In a recent interview, Ramsey said that his agent had told him: “You are in a very important position and you have to perform well in the upcoming games, otherwise you will not get any contract extensions.”
Arsenal have also been linked with Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho, but his agent, Giuseppe Bellini, has told the Daily Mail that Coutinho will not move to Anfield this summer.
“No, I am not,” Coutinho told the tabloid.
“I don’t know what’s going on with Liverpool, I have never heard anything.
But this is what I heard.
If I am going to stay at Liverpool, then I will stay.
I’m not going anywhere.
The fans will be happy if I stay.
They will be delighted.
But I’m still here and I’m looking forward to tomorrow.”
Coutinho’s agent, Roberto Martinez, has also said that he expects Coutinho to leave Liverpool in the summer, and that Liverpool will not offer him a new deal this summer unless they are certain that Coutampinho will stay in the club.
“Couti is happy and the club is happy.
I am confident that the fans will see that he will stay here,” said Martinez.
“But if he decides to leave, I don’t see why he will come back, because he is not leaving.”
Coupled with Liverpool’s desire to bring in another centre-back, Coutinho’s departure would open the door for Liverpool to move on from Daniel Sturridge, and add another player to the attacking ranks.
The most interesting news in the transfer market comes from Arsenal.
The Gunners are reportedly set to spend £70m on Manchester City’s James Milner this summer, with Arsenal already linked with a move for the player.
Arsenal manager Arsene Sarri has been criticised by some fans for his transfer policy, which has seen the club spend a lot on expensive players and even the likes of Gonzalo Higuain, Edin Dzeko, and Gonzalo Castro.
The manager has been keen to add another centre forward to his squad, and it has been speculated that a player of Coutinho or Ramsey’s quality could be one of his targets.
But despite the speculation, it appears that Arsenal have made their intentions clear about their intention to sign the player, with Arsene confirming on Tuesday that a deal has been agreed with the Premier League champions.
“We have agreed a deal with Arsenal for James Milners,” said Sarri.
“We have reached an agreement with Arsenal to sign James Milns player.
It is a great achievement for us.”
This is the first big move that Sarri and the Gunners have made this summer as Arsene has been unable to bring his star player to London, with a contract deadline looming on August 31.
But it’s possible that he could leave on a free transfer, and there is plenty of reason to believe that this will be the case.
Arsenal’s recent successes in the Premier Leagues has seen them leapfrog the rest of the top-flight, with the side winning six consecutive titles between them in the last two seasons.
They have also won the FA cup four times in the same period.
It’s a period that has seen Arsenal reach the Europa League final in 2017, but that trophy has been contested in two different cities: London and Manchester City.
The team’s form has also been excellent, as the Gunns have won the Premier league, FA cup and Champions League in the process.
They are currently third in the table, just four points behind the Manchester City and Liverpool teams,