According to reports from The Daily Telegraph, the Gunners are interested on the services of Inter Milan and Argentina forward Lautaro Martinez, and it is reported that the Premier League heavyweight have submitted an enquiry to the Italian side on the possibility of landing the €80 million rated star.
Mikel Arteta and Arsenal technical director Edu Gasper are keen to transform the club into a more stable one which will be more competitive in future, and after strengthening the midfield by signing Anderlech star Albert Sambi Lokonga, the attacking option is the only department left without reinforcement.
Lautaro Martinez joined the Italian giants back in 2018 where he signed a five year contract deal with the club and since then, the forward has been impressive at the club, scoring a total of 49 goals and 20 assists in 132 appearances for Inter.
With Alexander Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah tipped with a move away from the Emirates stadium, the 23 year old Argentine could prove as a perfect replacement for both strikers, however, the club have also been heavily linked with Chelsea forward Tammy Abraham as their replacement.
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