Arsenal transfer news and updates: £100 million windfall, Sterling message, Bissouma interest 'confirmed'

On Sunday, join us as we look at the latest news and transfer rumors from the Emirates Stadium, as well as the newest developments involving Arsenal's players at Euro 2020.

Arsenal transfer news and updates: £100 million windfall, Sterling message, Bissouma interest 'confirmed'
Ryan is hoping for an Arsenal return (Image: Marc Atkins/Getty Images)

Euro 2020 has begun, and Arsenal has already attracted considerable attention, both in terms of present players and possible acquisitions.

But, as England prepares to face Croatia at Wembley, we'll keep you up to date on all the latest news and perspectives from the Emirates Stadium throughout the day, as Mikel Arteta seeks to make significant changes to his side.

A slew of players might be on their way out after a poor 2020/21 season. Granit Xhaka, Matteo Guendouzi, Hector Bellerin, and a slew of other players' fates are all up in the air, and we'll keep you updated.

Meanwhile, moves are also being made to bolster the Arsenal squad with the likes of Ruben Neves, Yves Bissouma and now Ben White all being linked with a switch to the Emirates Stadium.

Wright's verdict

Arsenal legend Ian Wright could get his wish in the summer transfer window.

The BT Sport and Match of the Day pundit has made no secret that he is of the opinion that Donny van de Beek should have joined the Gunners from Ajax last summer instead of Manchester United.

Donny van de Beek, he’s someone that I wish someone more like Arsenal could have taken.

When you look at [Paul] Pogba, what he’s doing, and you look at Bruno Fernandes – that is Donny van de Beek’s position.

£100m summer windfall

Arsenal will sell a number of players this summer.

And with several fringe players set to leave the club, there could be a £100m windfall in store for Mikel Arteta as he looks to bolster his first-team squad.

England win

The full-time whistle has gone at Wembley Stadium and England's Euro 2020 tournament is off to the perfect start.

Raheem Sterling scored the only goal of the game in the second half, whilst Arsenal wonderkid Bukayo Saka was an unused substitute.