Hector Bellerin – Unlike in previous years, Arsenal may well be able to keep hold of a star player, despite the interest of Barcelona. Bellerin has shown plenty of promise in the last two campaigns and is now being targeted by the Spanish giants to replace Dani Alves. A bumper £80,000 a week deal should keep him at the Emirates, according to The Sun. 5 5 5 5 Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Borussia Dortmund) – Arsenal could lose out on the Armenian international this summer as Manchester United have begun making enquiries about his availability. The creative star is refusing to sign a new deal with the German giants and theyre now willing to sell him for around £25m. His agent is Mino Raiola, who also represents Zlatan Ibrahimovic, so a double deal might be on the cards leaving Arsenal empty handed. Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) – Click the right arrow above for more Arsenal transfer news… – It now appears, despite hopes from the Gunners, the England international will snub them to remain with the Foxes. A £20m deal was in the offing but the London Evening Standard report the player is 80 per cent sure he will reject a move to the Gunners. 5 The signing of Granit Xhaka may have excited Arsenal fans but there is still plenty of work to do this summer.Manager Arsene Wenger needs to add another couple of stars to his squad if the Gunners are to finally regain the Premier League trophy.Several players have been linked and, as Euro 2016 goes on, more are likely to be connected with the club.But what are the latest rumours surrounding Arsenal’s transfer business? Click the right arrow above to find out… N’Golo Kante (Leicester City) – Arsenal have been linked with a £19.8m move for the midfielder and Arsene Wenger has reveal how much he enjoys seeing him play. He said, I admire and like N’Golo Kanté a lot. He gives you ideas. He gives you the feeling that the higher the level he plays at, the more at ease he is. And then added, He has incredible quality. He feels the game, only very few people can do that. He’s always where he needs to be. Ricardo Rodriguez (Wolfsburg) – Arsenal could do with an upgrade at left-back and a player like Rodriguez would fit the bill. After representing Switzerland at Euro 2016 he will be looking to leave the Bundesliga side after it confirmed by Wolfsburg sporting director Klaus Allofs the player intended to quit the club after the failed to qualify for a European competition. The fact hes pals with compatriot Granit Xhaka could help.