MORNING, ARSENAL FANS

Arsenal are rated as serious contenders to sign England absentee Raheem Sterling – after three Gunners starred for the Three Lions.

Speculation linking Arsenal to Manchester City frontman Sterling has spiralled since the weekend.

And the latest boost for those Gunners’ fans keen on Sterling is that Barcelona are reportedly cooling their interest.

Cash-strapped Barca would reportedly need City to pay a huge part of Sterling’s wages to land a loan deal.

Meanwhile, Emile Smith Rowe rifled a fine goal on his full England debut in last night’s 10-0 World Cup qualifying victory in San Marino.

And Saka nodded the final goal to complete his own impressive night.

Arguably even more importantly, the two Gunners linked well down the left.

In contrast, Three Lions’ debutant keeper Aaron Ramsdale was tested just once, producing a sharp low tip-round in the first half.

Finally, Juventus winger Dejan Kulusevski is emerging as a realistic target for Arsenal and Tottenham.

The Sweden star, 21, is said to be pondering a fresh start, especially as Juve boss Max Allegri has largely sidelined him.

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