Already signing Gabriel Jesus, Fabio Vieira, Marquinhos and Matt Turner, Arsenal have started the current transfer window with a bang.

With a few sales also sorted and a few more likely to take place, there might be some money left to get one more big name in, with that person potentially Lazio’s Sergej Milinković-Savić.

Over the past few days, there has been a renewed push regarding Arsenal’s interest in the player, as Il Messaggero on Tuesday, relayed by TuttoJuve, claim that despite a first offer of €55m being rejected by the Serie A side from the Gunners, a second one could be on its way.

It’s said the London side ‘could go up to €65m’ for the midfielder, described as a ‘figure that Lazio would deem appropriate for the Serbian’s farewell’.

We’ll have to see about that, but it’s clear that with two years left on his contract and a desire to try something new, there is only so much resistance the Italians can put up.

As for Arsenal, it all really depends what their financial situation is, but the sales of players like Lucas Torreira and potentially Nicolas Pépé (if he has any takers) could certainly help in getting this over the line.