Arsenal have ‘already signed’ Nuno Tavares, Ben White ‘done’, and blow for Isak

Arsenal are set for a busy summer, as they look to build on the disappointment of last campaign – when they failed to grab a European berth for the first time in 25 years.

However, they face an uphill task to secure top tier targets without the promise of European football.

And so, Mikel Arteta faces the toughest challenge of his young managerial career by trying to usher European football back to the Emirates, and it starts with this summers recruitment.

Daily Star Sport has rounded up all the day's transfer dealings into one article for the Gunners faithful.

Nuno Tavares has already signed

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano has claimed that Benfica's left-back Nuno Tavares is already a Gunner, and he's currently in London.

"Arsenal have an agreement signed with Benfica for Nuno Tavares since yesterday. Done deal, no doubt. Fee will be €8m, plus add ons. Nuno will sign until June 2026 – he’s in London to undergo his medical," he tweeted.

Tavares will face tough competition from Kieran Tierney for the starting spot.

With two deals about to be wrapped up who should Arsenal target? Let us know in the comments section

Ben White all but done

Ben White first burst onto the scene with Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds United last season, and he's continued to improve at Brighton – earning himself a Euro 2020 spot.

Arsenal had a £50million bid rejected, however, football.london – via Instagram – are reporting that the deal is all but done.

White wants to move to North London, and the deal should be finalised after the conclusion of the Euros.

Alexander Isak blow

Alexander Isak's Sweden bowed out of Euro 2020, as Ukraine snatched a last-gasp winner in extra-time.

However, Isak has had numerous shop window performances, and he has attracted suitors from across Europe with his low release clause.

And Real Sociedad, his current employers, have noticed this too, and they have tied the Swede down with a new-mega contract with – what is believed to be – a £100million release clause.

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