Arsenal plan to bring in a couple of new players during the summer transfer window and one of them could be Ryan Fraser.

As per reports, Unai Emery will get around 45 million pounds to spend during the summer which means the manager will have to be smart in his spendings.

And it looks like, the Spanish boss is looking at players who can justify their price tag.

Ryan Fraser joined AFC Bournemouth from Ipswich in 2016 and this season, the winger has been in fine form and he has been easily one of the best forward players for the Cherries.

Ryan Fraser will soon enter the final year of his contract which means if Arsenal make a move for him this summer, they can acquire him for pretty cheap.

During the 2018-19 season, the winger has played in 36 league games scoring seven goals and providing 12 assists and right now the 25-year-old is just behind Eden Hazard in terms of assists.

Arsenal brought in Denis Suarez from Barcelona on loan until the end of the season but the player had recently suffered a groin injury which has ruled him out for the remainder of the season.

Suarez has made no impact during his loan spell and it is highly unlikely that Arsenal will sign him permanently during the summer transfer window.

The report suggests that Unai Emery wants to bring in Ryan Fraser as an alternative to Denis Suarez and given the fact that Ryan Fraser can play on both the wings is the primary reason the Gunners are planning to make a move for him at the end of the season.

It is still unsure whether Eddie Howe will sanction a move for Ryan Fraser but Arsenal believe that a transfer bid of around £20 million should be more than enough to change Howe’s mind.

This transfer budget falls in perfect sync with Emery’s transfer plans since Denis Suarez’s buying option is also at £18 million which means Arsenal will have to spend virtually nothing more in order to sign Ryan Fraser.

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