Arsenal transfer news LIVE: KSI and Logan Paul announced as sponsors, Icardi offered, Tielemans latest | The Sun

ARSENAL are looking for more new signings, having already added the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Fabio Vieira to the squad.

And their transfer kitty will have a few more pennies in it tonight after a YouTube boxing legends KSI and Jake Paul agreed a sponsorship deal with the club.

Meanwhile, Arsenal have been offered Mauro Icardi by Paris Saint-Germain, it has been revealed.

And we have all the latest on the Gunners' pursuit of midfielders Youri Tielemans and Lucas Paqueta.

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IN: Marquinhos, Fabio Vieira, Matt Turner, Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko
OUT: Alexandre Lacazette (released)

  • Sam Dymond

    Welcome, Arsenal fans

    There are just eight days remaining until the Gunners kick-off the new Premier League season at Crystal Palace, and manager Mikel Arteta is busy clearing out the deadwood.

    That includes Hector Bellerin, who has been told he can leave after a decade at the Emirates – and he can do so free.

    However, the Spaniard's whopping £4m-a-year salary is currently putting off potential suitors for the right-back.

    Meanwhile, two goalkeepers are close to departing the club.

    Bernd Leno is near to finally joining Fulham for £8m, but Arsenal may offer Leicester a last look at the German – particularly if it means using him as leverage in a part-exchange deal for Youri Tielemans.

    And highly-rated stopper Arthur Okonkwo will soon join Crewe in League Two on a season-long loan.

    Another Arthur who won't be playing his football in North London next term is Juventus' Melo.

    The midfielder – a one-time target for Arteta – had been linked with a move to the Premier League, but the Gunners are no longer interested in the 25-year-old.

    Finally, Nuno Tavares has u-turned after rejecting a loan move to Marseille, and will now travel to France tomorrow for a medical.

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