ARSENAL look set to wrap up two further deadline-day deals by signing Omar Rekik and Nikolaj Duus Moller, according to reports.
The Gunners are desperately trying to get their final pieces of business done before the transfer window closes at 11pm.
A late swoop for Thomas Partey is on the cards with Mikel Arteta hoping to land the Ghana midfielder.
But Rekik and Moller could arrive for a fraction of the price.
According to journalist Rik Elfrink, defender Rekik will complete a £900,000 transfer to the Gunners – if they can beat the race against time.
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The plan is apparently for him to train with the first team but with plenty of other centre-backs already, game time would be severely limited and joining the Under-23s seems more likely.
Hertha Berlin and Arsenal have agreed a deal but no medical has yet taken place.
The two clubs have already been in talks as Matteo Guendouzi joined the German outfit on loan.
And Rekik could be followed through the door at the Emirates by another 18-year-old with Malmo's Moller a target.
Aftonbladet report the Gunners are ready to pay the Swedish outfit around £430,000 as they offer the 6ft 4ins attacker a four-year contract.
Striker Moller joined Malmo aged 12 and is seen as one of the hottest young prospects in Sweden.
Dubbed as a young Zlatan Ibrahimovic due to his strong technical ability, he said of himself: "I play with few strikes, help the team, good with the head, strong, never lose duels and difficult to take the ball away from."
Moller would link up with the Gunners academy should the transfer get over the line.
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