Arsenal forward Reiss Nelson has decided to leave Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2024 after playing only 15 Premier League games in the 2023/2024 season. Fellow London club Crystal Palace is reportedly in talks with the player.

Arsenal forward Reiss Nelson has decided to leave Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2024 after playing only 15 Premier League games in the 2023/2024 season. Fellow London club Crystal Palace is reportedly in talks with the player.

Arsenal forward Reiss Nelson has decided to leave Emirates Stadium in the summer of 2024 after playing only 15 Premier League games in the 2023/2024 season. Fellow London club Crystal Palace is reportedly in talks with the player.

This development comes as Crystal Palace is likely to lose Michael Olise, one of their best players from last season.

Michael Olise scored 10 goals and provided six assists in 19 Premier League matches in the 2023/2024 season. If Crystal Palace does sell Michael Olise, who is rumored to be joining Chelsea, The Eagles will need a replacement.

The South London club might consider a swap deal with Chelsea that would see Noni Madueke switch places with Michael Olise.

Currently, their attention is on Reiss Nelson, as the player has no intention of staying at Arsenal. The 24-year-old winger is not part of Mikel Arteta’s plans and is looking for more playing time at another club.

If Arsenal loses Reiss Nelson to Crystal Palace next season, The Gunners might try to swap him for Michael Olise.

The Crystal Palace winger is in top form, attracting interest from major Premier League clubs like Arsenal and Chelsea.

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There are reports that the 22-year-old could end up at Stamford Bridge this summer.

However, The Blues will only be playing in the Conference League next season. Chelsea’s failure to reach the top four could benefit The Gunners in securing Olise.

According to The Sun, playing in the Champions League is a crucial factor for Olise.

The striker might find it hard to resist the allure of playing in Europe’s most prestigious competition with a club that reached the quarter-finals last season.

Olise wants to compete in bigger tournaments, which might give Arsenal an edge over Chelsea in this transfer battle.

Transfer News: Arsenal is targeting Viktor Gyokeres from Sporting Lisbon, but the Portuguese club is adamant they will not sell the striker cheaply.

Gyokeres, who scored 43 goals in 50 appearances for Sporting in all competitions last season, is a top target for The Gunners in their bid to strengthen their frontline.

Although Arsenal hopes to negotiate a transfer fee between £50 million and £60 million, Sporting Lisbon is firm on his release clause of around £85 million for any club that wants to sign the 26-year-old Swedish striker.

This stance makes the negotiation process challenging, as the Portuguese club insists on getting value that matches Gyokeres’s great potential.

According to SunSport, Sporting Lisbon is considering raising funds by selling other players. Defender Ousmane Diomande, who is of interest to Arsenal and Manchester United, is priced at £50 million and has a contract running until June 2027. Meanwhile, Goncalo Inacio, with a release clause of £52 million, is also a target for Arsenal.

Arsenal initially focused on young talents like Benjamin Sesko, but they had to explore other options after Sesko decided to stay at Red Bull Leipzig.

Arsenal’s desire to bolster their attacking line remains strong, and Viktor Gyokeres is seen as the ideal choice to enhance the team’s scoring power.

Nonetheless, the prospect of Gyokeres transferring to Arsenal remains uncertain, as Sporting Lisbon is unwilling to lower the player’s price.