Arsenal fans can finally have a reason to smile despite heavy loss against Manchester United and Everton in the Premier League, the Gunners have now lost two games consecutively in the Premier League putting more pressure on Mikel Arteta's managerial job. Arsenal are keen to sign Lille striker Jonathan David in the January transfer window with the youngster ready to join the Gunners in the upcoming transfer window.
With Arsenal strikers Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette hinted at leaving Emirates, the Gunners are also keen on finding favourable replacement for the two players and Lille forward Jonathan David is undoubtedly one of the top targets for Arsenal ahead of January. Arsenal have in recent days been playing Aubameyang as striker with Lacazette spending most of his time on the bench.
The 21 year old Lille striker has managed to score ten goals in 16 games for his club in Ligue 1, something that has attracted interest from Arsenal. Despite interests from other top European clubs, the Gunners remain the favourites to sign the player in the next transfer window.
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