Report: Arsenal ready to sign Southampton’s Victor Wanyama

Arsenal are reportedly ready to sign Southampton defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama in the summer transfer window.

The Kenyan is the Gunners’ top target to replace departing squad players Mathieu Flamini and Mikel Arteta.

Wanyama, 24, has shown himself to be one of the finest players in his position in the Premier League since he joined back in 2013.

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