Arsenal to make first major signing

Arsenal to make first major signing ahead of 2016/2017 seasson.
Granit Xhaka to Arsenal



Arsenal is on the verge of completing the signing of Borussia moncheglabach midfielder Granit Xhaka, although the deal has not been formally completed.
The 23 year - old swizerland international is high on winger's wish list in these year trasfer window.
This is despite photos appearing to show Xhaka wearing an Arsenal shirt at the club's London Colney training base, which have been circulating on social media over the past 24 hours.
Xhaka is flying to london to finalise his move to Emirate stadium, as revealed by a close friend of his.

Xhaka is contracted to Monchengladbach until 2019 after joining them four years ago from Basel. The Bundesliga side confirmed on may 17 that they had recived an offer for the mildfield maestro.
Arsenal is now ready to break the bank in other to meet moncheglabach's asking price of €30 million
 and a journalist and close friend Artan Muhaxhiri has confirmed on facebook that Xhaka is travelling to London to finalise the move, previously spoken about his desire to play in the Premier League
He played the full 90 minutes in Switzerland's 1-0 defeat to the Republic of Ireland in Dublin in March and is espected to play a vital role in the forth coming Euro 2016 as the Switz chase their first major trophy in many years.
Arsenal has also reportedly been linked to the likes of Avaro Morata who plies his trade for the Italian old ladies in Turin althogh facing a huge battle from his former club Real Madrid and fellow premier league side Chealsea who are all intrested in his service. Also in their list is Newcastle playmaker Moussa Sissoko following the Magpies' religation from the premier league. over the years,  Arsenal has failed to brind it to the big party in trasfer windows, taking into cognizance  what happened to the likes of Sami Kedira and Gonzalo Higuain in the  past years. The big question now is can Arsenal bring it to the  big  party  this time? Only time  will tell. So lets cross our hands and see what happens next.


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