Arsenal will be looking to sigh a centre forward in the summer. This is because the club released their former captain, pierre emerick aubameyang in the January transfer window to join Barcelona.Aubameyang recently scored his first goal for Barcelona, against Valencia, netting a hattrick. Arsenal are currently relying on the likes of bukayo Saka na Emile Smith Rowe for goals. The young duo were on target in arsenal's latest game against brentford.Smith Rowe is arsenal's top scorer with nine goals so far this season. Arsenal have been linked with various top rated striker in recent times. According to recent reports, arsenal are eying a move for lille forward, Jonathan David. However, arsenal will have to compete with the likes of Newcastle for his signature.Arsenal will hope they can convince David enough to join them come summer. Arsenal will he in action later today against wolves. The gunners will be eyeing a top four position come the end of the season. They are currently in sixth position in the premier league table. Follow for more updates.
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