Arsenal will look to bolster their squad in the summer transfer window and one of the positions that will certainly need new players is the striking position since they will at the end of this season lose both Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah. It will be just six months since they also lost Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Barcelona and so the Arsenal supporters will be looking to know the replacements.
Arsenal have already started planning for their summer transfer business as the new management of the club has said that it doesn’t want to follow the mistakes of the past leaders of waiting for deadline day to complete deals. The Arsenal supporters are curious as to who Arteta will bring in to replace their departed strikers but it’s now been reported by The Times that the gunners have renewed their interest in Lautaro Martinez of Inter Milan.
Lautaro Martinez has for long been a target of Arsenal and its now reported that the gunners have renewed their interest with the added advantage of likely to be in the UEFA Champions League which would definitely be a big obstacle in getting the Argentine striker. The report claims that the gunners are also interested in two other strikers namely, Gabriel Jesus of Manchester City and Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
Gabriel Jesus has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal in recent weeks and most transfer experts say that it is very likely that he will be a gunner by the end of the summer transfer window. So Jesus and Martinez could be the two likely strikers that Mikel Arteta wishes to bring to the Emirates Stadium in the upcoming summer transfer window.
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