Arsenal are keen to sign Everton forward Calvert Lewin as favourite to replace Lacazette, the Gunners are said to be interested in the English striker with the club ready to pay the required amount of fee to get the player. Lewin would join Arsenal as a replacement for the French striker Alexander Lacazette who has fallen out of favour with Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta.
According to latest reports, Lewin's contract is set to expire in 2025 amid interest from the Gunners with Everton also optimistic of keeping the player. However, the Gunners are ready to do anything to get Calvert Lewin in the January transfer window. Arsenal are currently lacking a reliable striker with Aubameyang forced to play as a striker despite playing as a winger in the past.
With Nketiah also linked with a move out of the club together with his counterpart Lacazette, Arsenal must find a quick replacement in the upcoming transfer window. With talks of Lewin's transfer to Arsenal still in preliminary stages, Calvert Lewin is yet to respond to the claims amid interest from the Gunners.
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