According to The Athletic, there have been a ‘small number’ of positive tests within Mikel Arteta’s group.
The Gunners were due to take part in the Florida Cup, playing alongside Inter Milan, Everton and Colombian side Millonarios.
Arsenal have axed their pre-season tour of the USA after ‘a number’ of positive Covid cases
Reports claim there have been a ‘small number’ of positive tests within Mikel Arteta’s group
A game with Inter was scheduled for July 25 before they would then play the winner of the game between the other two clubs.
It means Arsenal’s preparations for the new season have been dealt a major blow.
Arteta’s side kick off the new Premier League campaign away at Brentford on August 13.
Arsenal have already played two friendlies this summer. They lost 2-1 to Hibernian and were held to a 2-2 draw by Rangers last week.
They have got two more friendlies lined up before the season starts. The Mind Series will see Arsenal play London rivals Chelsea on August 1 and Tottenham a week later.
The cancellation of the tour will ensure Arteta is on home soil as he looks to continue the re-build of his squad this summer.
Arsenal were lost 2-1 to Hibernian and were held to a 2-2 draw by Rangers in Scotland last week
Arsenal have already signed Albert Sambi Lokonga in an £18million deal from Anderlecht this week and are closing in on a £50m move for Ben White.
The Gunners have also made a £34m bid for Sassuolo midfielder Manuel Locatelli, the agent of a youngster linked with a swap deal for the 23-year-old has claimed.
Juve youngster Nicolo Fagioli is rumoured to be on the table for a player-plus-cash deal, with the Old Lady believed to be willing to offer £25m plus the 20-year-old.
However, Fagioli’s agent, Andrea D’Amico, moved to quash rumours of his client leaving Turin this summer, revealing to Sky Sport Italia that Arsenal have tabled a £34m bid for Locatelli in the process.
A goalkeeper is also high on Arteta’s wish-list with West Brom’s Sam Johnstone and Sheffield United’s Aaron Ramsdale both under consideration.