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Arteta’s Arsenal receives bad news in pursuit of Benjamin Sesko



Arsenal fans have been dealt a blow ahead of the summer transfer window as one of their top striking targets, Benjamin Sesko, will remain at RB Leipzig and sign a new contract with the club as per Fabrizio Romano. This development comes as a disappointment to the Gunners, who are eager to bolster their squad for the upcoming season after a promising yet ultimately second-place finish in the Premier League.

The 2023/24 season saw Arsenal amass 89 points, finishing just behind Manchester City, who clinched the title with 91 points. With ambitions to challenge for the title again next season, Arsenal has been actively seeking to strengthen their attacking options, and Sesko was a prime candidate.

Benjamin Sesko, the 21-year-old Slovenian striker, had an impressive season in the Bundesliga, scoring 14 goals and providing 2 assists for RB Leipzig. His performances caught the eye of several top European clubs, including Arsenal, who saw him as a potential long-term solution to their striking needs.

However, according to recent reports, Sesko has decided to stay at RB Leipzig and will put pen to paper on a new contract this summer. This news is a setback for Arsenal, who will now have to redirect their efforts towards other targets to enhance their attacking lineup.

The Gunners’ need for a reliable goal-scorer is evident, given their determination to improve on their second-place finish and compete for major honors. With Sesko no longer an option, Arsenal’s recruitment team will have to explore alternative avenues to find the right fit for Mikel Arteta’s attacking plans.

Despite this setback, Arsenal fans remain hopeful that the club will make the necessary moves in the transfer market to strengthen the squad and mount a serious title challenge in the 2024/25 season. The summer window promises to be a crucial period for the Gunners as they look to build on their recent progress and aim for silverware.

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