7pm Arsenal news LIVE: Osimhen transfer LATEST, players could leave to fund Partey move, Gunners target £62m Jovic – The Sun

ARSENAL players are back in individual training as the Premier League targets a June 12 restart.

There looks to be a busy summer ahead at the Emirates with the future of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang still uncertain, while we've the very latest on Thomas Partey and Luka Jovic.

Follow all the very latest updates from North London below…

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    With Gunners players back at training, Arsenal along with every other Premier League club are waiting to see if Project Restart can become a reality.

    There hasn't been top-flight football in over 50 days, but a meeting between bigwigs on Friday did bring about positive steps in the right direction.

    In terms of the transfer market, the Gunners are reportedly interested in Nigerian forward Victor Osimhen.

    He is fast becoming one of the hottest prospects in Europe after scoring 18 goals in 38 games for Lille this season.

    Telefoot claim that the Ligue 1 side have received a whopping £75.4million for the teenager.

    He is generating plenty of interest around Europe and AC Milan are also rumoured to be fans of his.

    Elsewhere, Arsenal might have to sacrifice at least one of four players in order to sign Thomas Partey.

    The Gunners are keen to sign the Ghanaian midfielder from Atletico Madrid this summer, with a fee of £43m mooted.

    But the revolving door could be put to full use at the Emirates this summer as Mikel Arteta continues to out his own imprint on the squad.

    And finally, out-of-favour Real Madrid striker Luka Jovic is being targeted by three Premier League clubs this summer.

    The forward, 22, has struggled to nail down a first-team spot at the Bernabeu since he joined from German club Eintracht Frankfurt in 2019.

    The Serbian frontman has not been able to win over Los Blancos chief Zinedine Zidane, completing 90 minutes just once this term.

    And according to 90min, Arteta is also interested as he might need a replacement for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, set to leave this summer.

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