Arsenal football club have been handed a big boost in their pursuit of RB Salzburg midfielder Dominic Szoboszlai. The highly-rated midfielder has been tipped to be great player in the future. Most of the big clubs across Europe have been reported to be keenly keeping tabs on the player. The Gunners seems to be the favorites to sign the sensational talent.
Mikel Arteta has recently been reported to be closely keeping in touch with the player's associates. Arsenal fans have been extremely delighted following recent reports from the player's agent. Dominic's agent has been reported to have confirmed that the Gunners are interested in signing the player.
This gives Arteta a higher chance of landing the player's signature beating his rivals. Arsenal are following up on Szoboszlai after the move for Olympique Lyonnais midfielder Houssem Aouar failed in the summer transfer window.
Furthermore, the player seemed to be happy with the Ligue 1 giants. Several clubs are also reported to have overtaken Arsenal in the race for Aouar. This include Real Madrid and Juventus.
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