Arsenal begins to mean business with Dusan Vlahovic as the club has reportedly offered €60m and Lucas Torreira for the Serbian and Fiorentina striker. This offer arguably looks aesthetic to Fiorentina president Rocco Commisso who values the player at €75m. As it was reported earlier by Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano that Fiorentina are pleased with the impact Lucas Torreira brought into the club and are keen to permanently purchase him, this deal is thus expected to happen.
Arsenal have been strongly pushing for Vlahovic's signature as they look forward to seeing their frontline re-enforced. It is more likely that Eddie Nketiah and Aubameyang may not be in Arsenal shirt at the end of this winter transfer window. This comes with the fact that Nketiah's contract expires next summer and Arsenal are afraid of losing him on a free transfer. On the other hand, Juventus have made Aubameyang their top target and want to sign the player on loan with an option to buy him permanently next summer.
As a result, bringing in Vlahovic to the club is what Mikel Arteta highly values to sort out Arsenal's attacking issues. It's now up-to Fiorentina to accept the offer which is believed to happen sooner afterwards the player will have to mutually agree with Arsenal before he takes flight to North London for medical assessment. Sources understands that Arsenal is ready to pay beyond €70m if it means bringing Dusan Vlahovic at Emirates and should this €60m offer be turned down, Arsenal will arguably adjust the offer.
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