Arsenal refuses to give up signing with Wilfried Zaha and is preparing to launch a more effective player offer, reports The Mirror of the United Kingdom.
The Gunners have already been denied an opening of £ 40 million, with Crystal Palace demanding £ 80 million for the Ivory Coast star.
As they are not willing to approach that figure, Arsenal is now discussing the possibility of convincing players with Calum Chambers, Carl Jenkinson, and Mohamed Elneny.
Zaha has already been pushing for them to move to the Emirates, with his brother publicly insisting that the winger wants to join Arsenal.
It has become clear that Zaha is ready to push the move, but Arsenal’s opening approach has also strengthened Palace’s decision that they will not sell.