Arsenal have lost Aaron Ramsey to Juventus and there also a fair bit of uncertainty about the future of Granit Xhaka.
Ramsey is moving to Juventus on a free transfer while Xhaka has claimed that he might move out of Arsenal sometime in the future.
As a result of this, Unai Emery is already in the market looking for a new central midfielder and if reports are to be believed then he has set his eyes on Monaco’s Youri Tielemans.
Youri Tielemans joined Leicester City on a six-month loan deal during the January transfer window and during this time the youngster has grabbed a lot of eyeballs.
The 22-year-old has made 13 league appearances for the Foxes this season, scoring three goals and making five assists and Brendan Rodgers is reportedly keen on keeping him onboard permanently.
Even Youri Tielemans has claimed that there is huge uncertainty about his future despite the fact that he will be returning back to Monaco with immediate effect.
“At the moment there’s nothing. I’ll go back to Monaco this summer unless something moves, but that’s not the case at the moment,” Youri Tielemans said.
“When things go well, of course, you want it to stay that way. But I do not know how it’s going to go or how much Monaco are going to ask.”
While Rodgers is very serious in signing him permanently during the summer but the Foxes might be outplayed given that Man United and Spurs have already been linked with the central midfielder.
Ole is planning an overhaul during the summer while Pochettino is looking to bring in some new players after failing to sign even a single one last season.
And both these managers seemed to have settled on Youri Tielemens.
Arsenal have reportedly also joined the bandwagon but some experts believe that Unai Emery might eventually be prized out.
If Arsenal fail to get back into the Champions League next season then Emery will only get a transfer budget of around 45 million pounds.
And given that Youri Tielemens is currently valued at 40 million euros, there is no way that the Gunners can compete with either Man United or Spurs.