Arsenal spent £150m last term to sign players like Sambi Lokonga, Ben White, Aaron Ramsdale,Takefusa Tomiyasu and Oscar Tavares to rebuild and reinforce the team. However, the team has not reached its full potential as required. They lack a goal scoring striker who should compliment the work of the rest.
The Gunners are now determined to land £40m rated RB Leipzig winger Christopher Nkunku. The former PSG starlet has shone in Bundesliga this season netting 9 goals across all competitions. Nkunku remarkably scored a champions league hat trick against Manchester City in a mouthwatering clash. He has significantly started to attract his suitors across Europe at the moment.
The 24 year old has now matched the calibre of the likes of Patrick Schick and Florian Witz who have excelled exemplary well this season. The France international is one of Europe's hottest property who can play comfortably in all forward positions. According to CalcioMercato, Arsenal will battle with Manchester City, Chelsea and Real Madrid in the signature for the prolific forward.
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