Arsenal Fierce Predicted Lineup After the January Transfer Window If They Sign Calvert-Lewin & David
Arsenal are reportedly intrested to sign Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Lille striker Jonathan David in the Winter transfer window. Manager Mikael Arteta and Sporting Director Edu are targeting to bolster Arsenal attack as Lacazette and Nkeitah are set to depart Emirates while Aubameyang and Pepe are struggling to score goals in the Premier League.
Arsenal Fans React To The £60m Move Of This PL Striker, Plus Tierney And Aubameyang's Concerns Grow.
Here are some Arsenal weekend updates you shouldn't miss. With Arsenal's offensive woes, a £60 million move for Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin has been suggested. Arsenal fans have reacted to the links to Calvert-Lewin by expressing their feelings about his possible transfer. Here's how they responded to an AFTV Twitter poll:
1: Bad News To Arsenal As Mike Dean Appointed To Officiated Gunners Clash Against Everton Arsenal will travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton in a Premier League clash with both clubs desperate to clinch all the 3 points after losing their most recent matches. Arsenal lost 3-2 to arch-rivals Man United while Everton lost 4-1 to Liverpool hence both Manager under pressure to register positive results.
Real Madrid have scored five goals away from home in Champions League for the first time since November 2018 (0-5 against Viktoria Plzen). Newcastle have identified Dominic Calvert-Lewin as a potential target for the January transfer window following the club's £305million Saudi Arabian takeover. (Daily Mail)
Ali Cho French outfit Angers have surprisingly started their season campaign on a high note and that is mainly thanks to teenage sensation Ali Cho who has on more than one occasion been decisive for the underdog club. Angers are fifth in Ligue 1 and will be hoping to stay at the top half of the table throughout the season.
EVERTON VS WEST HAM. Everton have a perfect record at home this season with nine points from three games at Goodison Park ahead of the visit of West Ham on Saturday. The hosts do have a few injury issues as Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison remain absent, although Lucas Digne is available following injury and Yerry Mina is expected to feature after international duty.
1: Arteta Reportedly Choses Jovic As Lacazette Replacement Arsenal have reportedly identified Real Madrid £50 Million flop Luka Jovic as potential replacement for Alexandre Lacazette according to Daily Mail Sport. Lacazette has less than 1 year left on his current contract at Emirates and has attracted attention from Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Newcastle United and Sevilla hence Arsenal preparing for life without the French star.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin is on the list of Newcastle's potential targets under their new Saudi Arabian ownership, claim Daily Telegraph. Paulo Fonseca, the former Roma manager, has held talks with Newcastle United's board of directors after the dismissal of Steve Bruce. Barcelona have made a loan deal for Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling their top priority for the January transfer window, according to Sport.
Here are some of the most important Arsenal updates worth your time: The Arsenal hierarchy has decided that Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin is the best striker to replace Alexander Lacazette when he leaves the club next summer. This is a bold move on their part, considering other highly rated strikers such as Ollie Watkins, Dusan Vlahovic, and Yousef En-Yesri have been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal next season, but Arteta and his team may see Lewin as a quick fix to their goal drought.
Arterta and Edu's next move will undoubtedly be to bring in a capable striker to lead their front line. Among the Strikers targets, one of the five players listed below could end up leading Arsenal's front line as soon as January: considering Arsenal's penchant for spending.
Aaron Ramsey According to reliable sources, Juventus’ are planning to offload former Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey after the Welsh international failed to impress in Turin. It is believed that Massimiliano Allegri has already informed the midfield maestro that he is no longer in the club’s plans for the season and therefore plans to find him a new club are underway.
Daniil Khlusevich According to reliable sources, Arsenal have signed up for the race to sign defensive midfielder Daniil Khlusevich who plays for Malmo FF in the Swedish league. His impending recruitment is a cover-up job as he is expected to stand in for Thomas Partey who will be unavailable for Arsenal early next year.
Arsenal are currently being linked with a move for either one of these two of the best Premier league strikers, Ollie Watkins and Dominic Calvert Lewin. Although it would be revolutionary if they were to get any one of them, Darren Bent thinks Arsenal are looking at the wrong targets.
Dominic Calvert Lewin Arsenal have been heavily tipped with a move for Dominic Calvert Lewin who has been touted as Alexander Lacazette's replacement at Arsenal. This sensational move will be a big boost for Mikel Arteta in more ways than one especially with regards to Arsenal’s game-style.
EVERTON VS WESTHAM. Everton have a perfect record at home this season with nine points from three games at Goodison Park ahead of the visit of West Ham on Saturday. The hosts do have a few injury issues as Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Richarlison remain absent, although Lucas Digne is available following injury and Yerry Mina is expected to feature after international duty.
Here are the latest key updates from Arsenal you shouldn't miss. When Alexander Lacazette finally leaves, Arsenal is reportedly eyeing Dominic Calvert Lewin as their top striker option. There hasn't been much speculation about whether Calvert Lewin will be interested in making the move, but it has been revealed that Dominc Calvert Lewin wants to play in the Champions League, so if Arsenal are interested in luring him to the Emirates at the end of the current season, qualifying for the Champions League could be a major incentive.
Arsenal's head coach Mikel Arteta has identified England International and Everton's striker Dominic Calvert Lewin as Lacazette's replacement. French International striker Alexander Lacazette is on his final year at the Emirates with his contract ending next summer. Spanish La Liga clubs have already shown interest to sign the striker.
Arteta's perfect reaction to the importance of this ace casts doubt on Arsenal's transfer priorities
Among the many assessments of Arsenal's performance this season is the fact that they are not scoring as many goals as they should. Some may attribute this flaw to their failure to sign a reputable striker during the summer transfer window to cap off their £156 million summer transfer business.
Here's a roundup of the most recent Manchester United news. After Harry Kane, Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin is arguably England's current go-to striker. Although he has not been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United recently, he was on Manchester United's radar a while back, and his public admiration for Ronaldo could be a hint that he is open to a move to Manchester United if the opportunity arises again.
Declan Rice's representatives have refuted claims that their client could be a transfer target for Newcastle's new owners. Manchester United squad had to fly to Leicester on a private plane after the M6 southbound was unexpectedly closed on Friday, claim M.E.N. Tottenham have been rocked by Covid cases with two stars set to miss next three games including trip to Newcastle, reports The Telegraph.