Arsenal have long been linked with Arturo Vidal, but the hearsay turned out to be a media-made story as both parties denied intents to make the transfer happen. The final piece in the puzzle has now been discovered after Fernando Felicevich divulged that the Gunners had not contacted his client.

Fabrizio Romano, who apparently works with Calciomercato tweeted the actual words of the agent, which refuted rumours linking the Chilean with the London outfit. Legend has it that we were and are nowhere close to bringing him down.

Wojciech Szczesny mentioned his new foe-cum-colleague Petr Cech on his Twitter handle yesterday as a sign of welcome and as a consequence, the British media are now linking the names of every wantaway and unsettled players with Arsenal.

Eduardo Vargas is the newest name to have attracted interest from the Gunners despite failing miserably in the Premier League last season with relegated Queens Park Rangers notching up just a meagre of three goals.

Despite completing the highly controversial transfer of Petr Cech from cross-city rivals Chelsea only recently, Arsene Wenger does not seem to be in a mood to relax as media reported that the Gunners had entered the fray for the signature of Ramadan Sobhy.

Roma and a few other European sides have apparently kept tabs on the versatile player since his breakthrough, with the Italian club even believed to have readied a bid for him. Craig Honeyman claimed that his client was nowhere close to pledging his future to any club even though he cited Spain, Germany and France, besides Premier League as his potential suitors.

Media outlets such as the guardian are now starting to report that Theo Walcott has signed a new contract at the club. The contract is believed to be four years in length and wages at £120,000 per week.

With back-to-back signings of world-class players, Arsene Wenger is now in a position to offload players, who don’t qualify to feature for the Gunners on a regular basis.

Having already shown the exit door to the likes of Semi Ajayi and Ryo Miyaichi, the French manager is now looking to offload the second set to mediocre players, including Lukas Podolski and Mathieu Flamini.

The German international is all set to become the first source of incoming transfer fee for Arsenal after all but confirming his £2.1million summer switch to Galatasaray, where he could be offered more playing minutes.