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Arsenal news: ‘New Mohamed Salah’ transfer eyed as Mikel Arteta hints at Tottenham injury return

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Here is your Arsenal morning digest on Saturday, October 1.

Arsenal eye the new Mohamed Salah

Arsenal have joined the race to sign 21-year-old winger Ibrahim Adel from Egyptian side Pyramids FC, according to 90Min. The report claims the Gunners are interested in landing the player dubbed as the “new Mohamed Salah” as they continue to add young talent to their squad.

They aren’t alone though as Liverpool, Brentford, Brighton and Nottingham Forest are all said to be eyeing a move for Adel after scouting him.

READ MORE: Arsenal considering Emirates Stadium friendly as Mikel Arteta steps up World Cup preparations

North London Derby injury boost

Mikel Arteta has been coy in answering questions on team news lately, with injuries becoming something of a regular occurrence. A number of players returned early from their international break due to concerns and precautions, however the manager may have hinted at some returns in his pre-match press conference.

It could come as a huge boost to Arsenal who face North London rivals Tottenham at the Emirates today (Saturday).

Read the full piece here.

Gabriel Jesus compares Arteta and Guardiola

Arsenal star striker Gabriel Jesus has admitted to feeling more “free” on the pitch under Mikel Arteta compared to playing under Pep Guardiola. The Brazilian spent five years playing under the Spaniard at the Etihad Stadium, winning nine trophies in his time at Manchester City.

Read the full piece here.

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