It has led to Pino emerging as a potential source of cash amid heavyweight interest, with Liverpool understood to have joined Arsenal in circling him. But the north London giants have seemingly made the first move and could receive a major favour from their ex-gaffer, who lasted just one year as Arsene Wenger’s successor.
Arsenal will hope any new signings before the September 1 transfer deadline will complement a positive start to the Premier League campaign after their opening-night 2-0 triumph at Crystal Palace. The Gunners host Leicester City at the Emirates Stadium this weekend before games against AFC Bournemouth, Fulham, and Aston Villa round off August.
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