Sevilla are braced to accept a £21.4million bid for Grzegorz Krychowiak from the Gunners as the latter look to address their age-old holding midfield concern, according to fresh reports emanating from the English media.

Arsene Wenger was earlier billed to bring in the likes of Morgan Schneiderlin and William Carvalho, but the rumours were never close to coming to fruition and the Polish international now seems to have caught the eyes of the Arsenal manager.

Whilst the Karim Benzema saga goes on, Arsenal have been given the green signal to complete £21.1million transfer of long-term target, Julian Draxler, this summer, according to fresh reports emanating from the English media.

The 21-year-old reportedly agreed to join Juventus last month, but the deal collapsed given the reluctance of the Italian juggernaut to meet the valuation of Schalke and it is now murmured that the Gunners could claim the box-seat for his signature.

Arsenal have been keeping tabs on a few top-class centre-forwards, but for varied reasons, their pursuit of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Karim Benzema and Jackson Martinez did not come to fruition.

They were consequently tipped in to settle for a less prolific striker in Fernando Llorente, but Arsene Wenger seems to have other ideas.

Jose Callejon, since finding his escape route out of Estadio Bernabeu, has become an instrumental fixture in the Napoli lineup and can be expected to decide on his future with the Italian club in the days to come.

Arsenal were rumoured to have turned their interest to Robert Lewandowski after missing out on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Karim Benzema, but their bid to land him also seems to have ended in vain.

Reports suggested that the Gunners were all but set to launch an audacious £35million bid for the former Borussia Dortmund marksman, but he was quick to refute such claims stating that he would don the Bayern Munich strip for yet another season.

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.