Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is still keen to sharpen his attacking unit by finding a lethal goalscoring machine who's better than Pierre Aubameyang and Eddie Nketiah.
The Spanish manager is as well aware that a long term target is needed and apparently one has to be found possibly during the January transfer window.
According to Football London, Arteta is eyeing a January move for Sevilla's forward Youssef En-Nesyri who's reportedly willing to move to premier league for a new challenge and he has allegedly issued a command to the board to get the signing done in January.
The decision has come following the question mark over the future of the duo, Pierre Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette at Emirates stadium with Nketiah as well considering to leave.
Youssef En-Nesyri, 24 is being viewed as a perfect target to lead Arteta's frontline following his good breakthrough in Sevilla's squad and goalscoring capabilities.
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