Arsenal have reportedly agreed terms for Hull City left-back Andrew Robertson. [Picture: Getty]
Arsenal’s delve in the upcoming transfer window seems to be taking a rather speedy fashion as there are reports that the Gunners are set to sign Hull City defender Andrew Robertson.
Arsenal have moved quickly ahead of the summer transfer window with fresh reports according to the Metro, that the Gunners have agreed personal terms with Hull City defender Andrew Robertson.
The Scot defender has been targeted by the various Premier League clubs in recent weeks after an impressive season with the Tigers.
Manchester United are reportedly among the top clubs vying for the signature of the versatile 21-year-old left-back who can also operate as a winger. But Arsenal have moved ahead of the lot, and are close to wrapping up a move for the star.
The Express earlier claimed that Arsenal are preparing a £5 million offer to Hull City for their exciting young left-back
However, Hull City manager Steve Bruce has told the media that Robertson could be allowed to leave the club only for £30million.
It is however left to be seen if Wenger would actually pay that much for a youngster who has only just played his first season in the Premier League.