Arsenal have had their initial £88 million bid for Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic accepted by the Serie A side. The Gunners have been monitoring the player and had their interest in the star known as they negotiate for January transfer. Despite earlier reluctancy by Fiorentina to let the player leave in January, the club has finally made its decision to allow the player leave.
This comes after Arsenal made their £88 million bid as they seek to sign the forward in the current transfer window. With Aubameyang, Nketiah and Lacazette futures hanging on a thread, Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has resorted to sign a striker in case any of the three leaves Emirates for other clubs.
Arsenal have been the favourites to sign Vlahovic despite the player's wish to join Juventus. But Arsenal are optimistic that they will sign the player before the end of the transfer window with their bid having been accepted, it's just a matter of time for the player to undergo medicals incase he agrees to join Arsenal.
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