Arsenal is trying to bolster their strike force with two players likely to exit this summer, but a pair of targets may suddenly be out of reach.
Arsenal will undoubtedly be looking to buy a striker in the upcoming transfer window. Both Alexander Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah's contracts will expire after the season, and there is no indication that they will be renewed. Arsenal striker, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyany has three goals in seven Premier League matches appearances. His scoring form is disappointing. He just has over a year on his current contract.
Everton's forward, Calvert-Lewin has recently been identified as a target for Arsenal, whose most senior forwards, club captain Aubameyany and Lacazette, are both in their 30s. With the discussions over a new contract delayed, the former Lyon star has reached the last year of his current contract and seems certain to leave on free in 2022.
However, Dominic has had a disappointing start to the new season, with a thigh injury limiting him to only three appearances, preventing him from building on the performances that helped him earn a spot in Gareth Southgate's UEFA Euro 2020 England squad.
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