Yesterday, Arsene Wenger dispelled media rumours that alleged he was considering a move for Fulham's enterprising centreback Brede Hangeland.
He told Arsenal' official website that the defender isn't on his priority list.
Meanwhile, AC Milan's out of contract goalkeeper Nelsen Dida is considering a move to England.
According to Itasportpress the 36-year-old Brazilian is coveted by a host of Premier League clubs (including Arsenal).
The report affirmed that the player's Agent is currently holding talks with interested parties ahead of a potential switch.
The papers are it again, and as usual I can't vouch for the authenticity of this report - lets face it, it'll take a lot of courage for Arsene to lure Shaun Wright-Philips to the Emirates.
SWP's woes at the Eastlands have manifested itself enough for an ardent follower of football to notice.
The Sun reports Arsene Wenger might be willing to give Shaun a chance to rediscover his form by bringing him to the North London outfit during this summer transfer window.
City's coach Roberto Mancini is ready to cut his losses, and the tabloid believes £5m might just do the magic for his signature.
Do you think SWP can fight for a shirt at Arsenal?