Arsenal are ready to invest significantly in their attack next summer after the departure of Aubameyang alongside Nkeitah & Lacazette whose contracts ends in June 2022. Arsenal are reportedly intrested in Joao Felix who is open for a new challenge next season after winning the La Liga title last season. Atletico Madrid values Joao Felix at £120 Million but Arsenal are willing to negotiate a favourable price where they will include a player in the deal according to Sun Football reports.
2: Arsenal Closely Monitor Jonathan David
The Gunners are reportedly keen to sign atleast two centre-forwards this summer to bolster their attack hence targeting Lille forward Jonathan David. Arsenal are currently monitoring Jonathan David contract situation at Lille and his agent reportedly met Edu to negotiate personal terms & salary according to Football London reports. Arsenal are likely to submit £45 Million bid this Summer to sign Jonathan David on a 5 year deal if Lille accepts the offer by Gunners which shall include add-ons.
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