Arsenal supporters have been calling out for a striker signing for some time now and the Gunners manager finally seems to be listening to their calls as he is now believed to be brokering a deal for long-term Tottenham target Fernando Llorente.

The London outfit initially tracked down more prolific goal machines such as Karim Benzema and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang before their respective club declared that their marksmen would not be sold for any price.

Arsenal were expected to sum their transfer activity up with the imminent capture of long-term striker target Karim Benzema, but recent reports claim that  Arsene Wenger may still not be done with his relentless transfer activity this summer.

Arsenal supporters witnessed the highly unlikely resurgence of then forgotten Francis Coquelin last season and the Frenchman even attained a stature that made him one of the first names on the teamsheet.

The Gunners manager also heaped praise on his compatriot on many occasions; however seems to sense the need for an upgrade now.

Arsene Wenger has made his mind up to bring down fellow compatriot Karim Benzema at all cost, despite his parent club knocking back an initial bid of about £30.3million, according to reports emanating from Spain.

The French striker has always been linked with a move away from Real Madrid, but has never seen his prominence go down at the Bernabeu given the rate at which he converts his chances and the rumours have not disappeared this summer.

Juventus have had their lethargic £15.8million bid for Julian Draxler knocked back and the media now report that Arsenal would want to make the most out of the chaos by launching an ambitious bid for his services.

Schalke are reported to be willing to set him free and apparently are only holding out for an improved offer.

Arsenal can, thus, unite the World Cup winner with compatriots Per Mertesacker and Mesut Ozil with a bid worth £30million.

Arsenal may be tempted to cash in on the turmoil surrounding the Newcastle United future of Roland Aarons to lure him to the Emirates Stadium this summer, according to strong suggestions from the English media.

The England youth international apparently intends to extend his stay at the Saint James' Park beyond this season, but his club are the least entertained by his wage demands as they believe that he has still not accomplished enough to deserve such incentives.