Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is reportedly working tirelessly to ensure that he at least sharpen his attacking department by landing a world class striker who's set to replace aging Alexandre Lacazette.
Lacazette, who's contract is expiring in summer is set to leave the club with the Spanish manager already found a replacement that he believes can score goals alongside Pierre Aubameyang.
According to a report covered by Mundo Derpotivo, the Gunners are in contact to sign Torino's forward Andrea Belloti who's reportedly willing to try a new challenge after spending six years with the Italian club.
The 27 year old is a public figure at Torino after bagging 106 goals and making 28 assists in 231 appearances for his Club and apparently he might make a deadly combination alongside the Gabon international Pierre Aubameyang as attackers.
Meanwhile, Raheem Sterling is as well considering to move to Arsenal following his struggle at Etihad. Therefore, a mixture of young talents and experience might restore former glory of the club.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Andrea Belloti might be a good signing to Arsenal?
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