End Of The Road For Alexander Lacazette As Arsenal Agree Deal To Sign Portugal Striker
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 7086 views
Premier league side Arsenal are on the verge of sealing their first signing of the summer with sources close to the club confirming they have struck a deal with Portugal giants Sporting Lisbon for a striker.
The Portuguese side is proving a valuable asset for English clubs in recent season with Bruno Fernandes the latest revelation of the talent the side produces.
Mikel Arteta and Edu Gaspar could finally have found a replacement for Alexander Lacazette who is yet to pen a new deal and could be sold should he fail to agree to new terms.
It is claimed that Tiago Tomas could be donning the Arsenal jersey next season as a £20m deal has been agreed by the two clubs for the 18 year old striker.
Tiago is now a regular in the Lisbon side with the Sun reporting that Mikel wants to use the young striker like Pep Guardiola is doing with Gabriel Jesus.
A young player who is keen to learn and improve and with hunger to succeed is what Arsenal seem to have settled for to solve their goalscoring problems.
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