Arsenal must secure top signings before the transfer window closes this summer if they are to have any chance of winning the Premier League title next season.
Arsenal former Captain and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has been offered to Italian champions Juventus for €45m, according to reports coming from Italy.
The Old Lady are said to be keeping close target on more combative midfielder at the Stamford Bridge Nemanja Matic, now report from Tuttosport is now claiming West London manager Antonio Conte has offer the Spaniard to Juve in an attempt to ward them off the Serbian playmaker.
The Italian boss proposed new 4-2-4 formation system at the Stamford Bridge, assuming that is what the manager goes with, will almost put the ex-Gunners skipper future in doubts and also his compatriot Oscar, who has also been linked with an exit from the Stamford Bridge to Inter Milan.
However, a number of midfielder have been linked with a move to the Turin, in the likes of Matic, Moussa Sissoko, Blaise Matuidi, Axel Witsel, Marcelo Brozovic, and as well as Luiz Gustavo.
With the likes of players linked with a move with the Italian champions, it not known whether or not they would even be interested in Cesc, especially for the €45m fee being touted on him by the Blues.
Honestly, there does not appear to be much of a chance the Spanish international going to Juve as the Italian club does not seem to have much interest in doing so even if they have been offered the chance to sign him.