Arthur Melo is keen to join Arsenal in the winter market and on Monday, we relayed news from Italy stating the Juventus player is pushing for a move to the Emirates.

Later that day, TuttoMercatoWeb reported the negotiations with the Gunners have ‘stalled’, but they don’t want to give up on the midfielder.

The 25-year-old struggled for minutes in the first half of the season and last month his agent admitted the need to try and find a solution for the player in January. Since then, Arthur has featured four times in the last five league matches. have a report focusing on what is happening behind the scenes at Juve. When discussing the Brazil international, they state he has ended up in the sights of the north London club, where he is wanted by Mikel Arteta.

The Italian club invested around €82m [including bonuses] in securing his services from Barcelona in 2020, explain Calciomercato.

With Arthur pushing for a move to the Emirates, Arsenal keen to land him in January and in light of Juve investing an ‘important amount’ in signing Arthur, state there is ‘work to be done’ to find an agreement that ‘satisfies’ all parties involved.

If Arthur were to leave Juventus, Sky Italia state the Old Lady have identified Borussia Mönchengladbach’s Denis Zakaria as a possible successor.

The Serie A side have reactivated contacts with the Bundesliga man, who has a contract expiring at the end of the season.