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Arsenal 'to profit from Nottingham Forest's Premier League breaches' by signing midfield star

Arsenal 'to profit from Nottingham Forest's Premier League breaches' by signing midfield star

Mikel Arteta is said to be keen on the English star.

Arsenal are lining up a potential pursuit for one of Nottingham Forest's most valuable assets, according to reports.

The Gunners have enjoyed another strong campaign in the Premier League with Mikel Arteta's men battling it out for the title alongside Liverpool and Manchester City.

Expected to recruit in the summer too, it is thought Arsenal are keen on signing attackers.

And with Forest in a spot of bother after their recent four-point deduction for breaching profit and sustainability rules, one player could be on his way out of The City Ground.

According to The Sun, Arsenal are weighing up a summer move for midfield star Morgan Gibbs-White.

The former Wolves man has been in fine form for Nuno Espirito Santo's side this term, having scored four goals and registered five assists.

Multiple faces at Arsenal are said to be unhappy with their playing time and it is thought Gibbs-White could be viewed as a suitable replacement.

Emile Smith Rowe, Eddie Nketiah, Reiss Nelson and Aaron Ramsdale are just some of the high-profile names touted for a potential exit this summer.

Nottingham Forest star Morgan Gibbs-White (Image: Getty)
Nottingham Forest star Morgan Gibbs-White (Image: Getty)

Forest are facing as much trouble on the pitch as they are off it this season, with the prospect of relegation still looming large.

Having won just one of their last six matches in all competitions, a return to England's second tier looks a real prospect once again.

Steve Cooper was sacked earlier this season and the club have since found issues in balancing the books due to high spending when it comes to player transfers.

“We are all concerned in the club but me as a coach, it’s nothing I have to think about or deal with," said Nuno following Forest's recent points deduction.

"My job is clear, it is to prepare the team and that’s what we’re focused on.

“Today we will train and we know the players know the situation, but I’ll tell them the same as I’m telling you, let’s forget about this and focus on our job."

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Topics: Arsenal, Nottingham Forest, Transfers