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Key Arsenal transfer target agrees terms with AC Milan

A key Arsenal target now looks set to join AC Milan after agreeing personal terms with the Italian giants, and reportedly preferring a move to the Rossoneri.

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A key Arsenal transfer target has reportedly agreed personal terms with Italian giants AC Milan ahead of a big-money summer move, in a big blow to Mikel Arteta’s transfer plans.

It had been widely reported that Joshua Zirkzee was among those on Arteta’s top priority list this summer, as the Gunners continue their long search for a new striker, but those plans now look to be in turmoil.

Despite the Gunners’ previously reported strong interest in the Dutchman, he now looks set to remain in Italy, having agreed terms with AC Milan, according to various Italian outlets – whom he is said to have favoured a move to all along.

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Arsenal target Joshua Zirkzee (Image credit: Getty Images)

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It is reported that Zirkzee will leave Bologna for in excess of £50m (€58.5m) this summer, a fee that Arsenal had been willing to pay according to Tuttosport.

It had already been reported that the 22-year-old had preferred a move to AC Milan over any other team, despite being an Arsenal transfer target, having been impressed by their vision for him, which makes this news unsurprising.

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The Gunners are said to be eyeing a multitude of striker targets this summer, with Victor Osimhen and Viktor Gyökeres among those also high on the Gunners’ summer wish list.

It has also been reported that Arsenal may look to move current striker Gabriel Jesus on in the summer after a disappointing season, which will only heighten the club’s need for a striker.

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