Premeir League giants, Arsenal will be Keen to bolister their attack in the upcoming summer transfer window, following the potential exit of forward Alexandre Lacazette when his contract expires this June.
According to reputable journalist & transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Mikel Arteta's led side are close to reaching an agreement with star striker Eddie Nketiah who is set to sign a long term contract with the club until June 2027. The youngster who was denied regular playing time for most part of the 1st half of the 2021/2022 campaign, was heavily linked with a move away from the Emirates this summer, with Crystal Palace, Westham & two Bundesliga clubs all reported to be interested in him.
However an upsurge in form, from Nketiah in the latter stages of last season, where he notched in 5 goals in his last 7 PL appearances for the North Londoners convinced Boss Mikel Arteta that he has great potential to fill in the shoes left by Piere-Emerick Aubameyang as the clubs target man next season.
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