Arsenal are aiming to sign Ryan Fraser from Bournemouth on a free transfer this summertime, according to the Mirror.
The Gunners attempted to get the Scotland international last summertime, prior to their club record relocation for Nicolas Pepe. Unai Emery, in charge of the team at the time, saw Fraser as an excellent option to Pepe for a considerably smaller sized charge. In the end, Bournemouth declined Arsenal’s deal of ₤12 million and required the North Londoners to fork out ₤72 m for Pepe. Their interest was established on an outstanding 2018/19 season the winger had at the Vigor, scoring 7 goals and offering 14 helps, however this time around he wasn’t able to reproduce such kind.
Nevertheless, Mikel Arteta, the present Arsenal boss, shares Emery’s viewpoint on Fraser and this time around, Bournemouth aren’t able to stop the relocation from occurring as things stand at the minute, due to the reality that the 26- year-old’s agreement is set to end at the end of June.