The Gunners haven’t given up on Valencia’s Guita.
Arsenal are preparing to make an improved £7m offer for Valencia goalkeeper Vicente Guaita after having an initial £4m bid rejected by the La Liga outfit, reports the Metro.
Los Che have valued their stopper at £25m but the Gunners are hoping to capitalise on the Spaniard being unsettled and wanting to leave the Mestalla Stadium.
Barcelona and AC Milan are also keeping tabs on the 26-year-old, but it is Arsene Wenger’s side that appear the most desperate for a new ‘keeper currently.
Wenger has dispatched chief negotiator Richard Law to try and strike a deal with Valencia, as the north London club look to make at least three new signings before transfer deadline day on September 2.
Guaita has become disillusioned under manager Miroslav Djukic due to the coach’s policy of rotating ‘keepers and last term the stopper only played 13 La Liga matches.
Arsenal meanwhile are in need of a new man between the sticks due to the sale of Vito Mannone and the continued lack of faith given to Wojniech Szczezny and Lukasz Fabianski.
Wenger is also keeping an eye on Stoke City’s Asmir Begovic and Stephen Ruffier of Saint-Etienne, but regards Guaita as the No.1 choice for the club.
The Spanish ‘keeper is contracted to Los Che until 2015 and at the moment the club are not budging on receiving anything less than the release clause for the Valencia man.
Fans at the Emirates Stadium are extremely keen for the club to make some new signings imminently, despite the fact that the side have strung together back-to-back victories in the last week.
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