Not many Arsenal fans could have predicted where their side would be now a year or two ago. Since then, some of Europe’s biggest names have joined the club – like Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – a handful of other players have moved to the club – like Bernd Leno – and biggest of all, Arsene Wenger has departed the club.
It’s truly a new era at the Emirates, with new faces and new management ideally set to lead the club to a new era of success.
However, with over a month to go until the transfer window slams shut, there is still plenty of time for the Gunners to make further improvements.
One player that could be on the move this summer is Nice midfielder Jean Michael Seri. According to Sky Sports, he hasn’t been included in Nice’s pre-season camp, perhaps suggesting that he will be departing the club this summer.
Meanwhile, the Sun are reporting that Arsenal are interested in securing his signature, and it’s fair to say that some of the Gunners online would like to see it happen.
The Ivorian, who is rated at £27 million by Transfer Markt, is a creative deep-lying playmaker with bags of ability.
A few Arsenal fans have taken to Twitter to talk about Seri, and he seems to be a popular man. Though plenty of them aren’t expecting a deal, they’d love to see it happen.
Take a look at what they’ve had to say below…
Seri, Torreira and Ramsey would be some midfield trio though
— A W (@gunningforafc) July 9, 2018
I wish he can come to arsenal and be our main play maker. The guy I've so good.
— Lucky Chima-Cole (@Its_Lawkey) July 9, 2018
Let’s hope it’s arsenal but I doubt it
— arsenal till i die (@andy_fc1) July 9, 2018
JM Seri and Torreria?! #AFC
— Enrique (@MrSack4) July 8, 2018
Great player but can’t see him joining Arsenal. Seri and Torreira would be the smallest midfield duo ever!
— matt tibbits (@MagickSam) July 8, 2018
Probably Chelsea. Would love him at Arsenal
— Sir Arsène (@MVTheGunner) July 8, 2018
— Negative Gooner (@LuxuryPlayer11) July 9, 2018
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