Arsenal and Manchester United are both looking forward to bolister their attacking department in the incoming summer transfer window following potential exit of Alexandre Lacazette and Edinson Cavani respectively.
As a result, the North London club has so far been linked with a number of highly profiled players like Dominic Culvert Lewin, Darwin Nunez, Luka Jovic and Richarlson with no talks yet.
However according to Football London, Nigerian and Napoli's striker Victor Osimhen will be a prefer a move to Arsenal than Manchester United as the 24 year old is keen to play in UEFA champions league.
Link to the source: https://www.football.london/arsenal-fc
It's hinted that Osimhen will be happy to join a UEFA champions league club than a conference one thus giving Arteta a came and get me plea ahead of potential switch to Emirates.
The Gunners will have to break the bank and shove out a whopping £100mto sign the deadly goalscorer who's arguably capable of turning Mikel Arteta's side into serious title contenders.
Ideally, Osimhen might be a perfect signing for Arteta considering that he's still young coupled with his high goalscoring ability.
Meanwhile, Bologna versatile left back Aaron is being viewed as a perfect replacement for struggling Nuno Tavares.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Osimhen should be signed?
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