Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is reportedly working underway to land a striker for his side before the end of the transfer window, something that fans would love to hear.
It was evidently evident during the last campaign that the Gunners are in need of a 'threat' frontman who can score goals in and out and it's like Arteta has found a perfect solution to it.
According to Football London, the Gunners have reportedly accepted to sign Chelsea's striker, Tammy Abraham on a loan with a buy option in future.
The 23 year old star hasn't been a regular starter under Thomas Tuchel after some sort of unfair treatment at the club and therefore, he's literally forcing for a move which am told is in final stages.
Abraham is arguably perfect for arsenal considering that he's young, he has power as well as his height for aerial duels. I think, he will be one of the marquee signings of Mikel Arteta if the deal will be fine. Generally, let's expect for another Robin Van Persie an Emirates stadium.
Meanwhile, Arteta is still monitoring Sassuolo's midfielder Manuel Locateli as a potential target to bolister his Midfield department following possible exit of Granit Xhaka.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Tammy Abraham is a good signing to Arsenal?
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