Arsenal is setting sights on fresh European stars this summer despite a major squad overhaul last summer. One of the key areas Arteta is keen on reinforcing is the attacking position.
The Gunners have lined up a number of forwards they wish to bring when the season ends. Lautaro Martinez, Darwin Nunez, Victor Osimhen, Gabriel Jesus and Jonathan David are the latest high profile stars on the North London club's radar. Whilst searching for Pierre Emerick Aubameyang's perfect suitor, it is believed Arteta and Chief Edu are closely working on a deal to bring Inter Milan forward Lautaro Martinez to the Emirates stadium.[Photo Courtesy]
The Argentina international has been speculated to leave the Italian capital and follow the footsteps of his counterpart Romelu Lukaku who joined Chelsea last summer. According to Caughiffside report, Lautaro agent on Radio Colonia, Martinez’s representative Alejandro Camano insisted the 24-year-old is happy at the San Siro.
Nevertheless according to Goal, he said: “We are not depending on a transfer, he is at Inter, he is happy, the city is wonderful. He jokingly added the star is worth £60m to £70m and this is the same amount Chief Edu and Arsenal representatives offered the Milan club.
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