Arsenal supporters are desperate to see several incomings deals this summer following Mikel Arteta's plea to the board, and one such deal might be for a familiar face.
Aaron Ramsey has been linked with a return to the Emirates following his 2019 departure, having won Serie A in his debut season but failed to impress under Andrea Pirlo.
In addition, Stan Kroenke might willing to be try anything to get fans back onside following their failed European Super League outing, and what better way than bringing back a hero.
Daily Star Sport have taken a look at three deals that Arsenal could secure this summer, one of which includes Ramsey and another that might be a distance dream for the north London faithful.
Arsenal 'offered' Aaron Ramsey return
According to Sport.ES, Juventus have entered the frame for Hector Bellerin, and could offer Wales hero Ramsey as part of a deal to get his signature.
Bellerin has been tipped to leave Arsenal following a run of poor form under Arteta, while Ramsey is said to be 'open' to the move following two seasons away.
They report that the 30-year-old has struggled to settle in Italy, and that Juve will need to sell before their buy due to ongoing financial struggles.
Emile Smith-Rowe enters talk
Fabrizio Romano reports that Emile Smith-Rowe is 'ready' to sign a contract extension at Arsenal, and that the new deal could run until the summer of 2026.
Negotiation are said to have begun in March, with final agreements still outstanding.
Arteta said of his new star in May: "It tells a lot of where we are. He’s having an incredible season since he started to play in December.
"He scored his first Premier League goal. And an incredible season for the No. 10 of Arsenal needs to score 15 goals with 10 assists and then you are right up there with the top guns in Europe and in this league."
Fans love Jack Grealish hint
Arsenal fans were left dreaming of a possible move for Aston Villa talisman Jack Grealish on Wednesday after he picked out the funniest two members of the current England squad.
He said: "There's a few people that make me laugh, I'm going to go Bukayo Saka or Sanch (Jadon Sancho)."
That comment got a huge response from Arsenal fans who believe he now wants to link up with Saka at the Emirates, despite their failure to qualify for European football.
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