Arsenal are still putting their fans on hold with their negotiations for first signing not coming to conclusion. The gunners used most of their transfer time convincing Dusan Vlanovic to join them only to get a blow in the last week. The Serbian international instead went to Juventus and in his terms he said Arsenal was a wrong choice for him.
The gunners has today and tommorow to complete business with rumours and speculations still on high. Arteta is desperate to bring in a striker with his squad lacking quality. The Spanish coach has turned to Afcon duo and believe it will be easy for the gunners to convince one of them in this remaining time.
Signing a striker in January or the summer transfer window is a necessity for the Gunners who are extremely short in the attacking positions, and need more quality to solidify a place in the UEFA Champions League for the upcoming seasons.
Osimhen or Schick would certainly improve the Arsenal attack. Napoli are demanding that Arsenal pay £58m for the 23 year-old. He was snatched from Lille in 2020 for £66m and has been outstanding for Serie A Club. The gunners technical director Edu is working on the deal and we are assured that the club will be confirming a deal tommorow.
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