If Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang completes his move to Juventus, Arsenal will have three transfer choices.
Arsenal will have three transfer options if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang completes his move to Juventus.
Juventus appears to be gearing themselves for life after Cristiano Ronaldo.
Arsenal could lose one of their key goal threats if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang moves before the transfer deadline. The Gunners have considered adding a striker this summer, but none of their attempts have been successful. If the 32-year-old departs the UAE, they will surely have to step up their efforts.
With Cristiano Ronaldo seeming increasingly set to leave Juventus in the coming days, the Bianconeri knew they’d need a top-tier forward to fill his shoes.
According to TuttoMercato, as a result of Arsenal’s £17 million asking price, Aubameyang is at the top of Massimiliano Allegri’s want list.
Arsenal bounced back from a disappointing start to the Premier League season by smashing West Bromwich Albion 6-0 in the EFL Cup, with Aubameyang scoring a hat-trick.
That could be his farewell gift, according to rumors. Without further ado, Express Sport examines three strikers Arsenal might target if Juventus pursues their interest in a trade.
Liverpool launch an official transfer enquiry as Brighton set their asking price for Yves Bissouma.
Manchester City, Atletico Madrid, and Tottenham Hotspur have all shown interest in Fiorentina’s muscular forward this summer.
Bringing Fiorentina to the negotiating table would require a Herculean effort, based on their prior attempts to attract him away from Serie A.
Despite this, the 6ft 3in attacker enjoyed a career year last season, scoring a league-high 21 goals.
Because he is only 21, the Gunners would have to pay a lot of money to get him, but they would have a player for now and the future who has the physicality to thrive in the English game.
In a rather quiet summer season for Liverpool, a change in attack is one of the last items left on Jurgen Klopp’s transfer wishlist.
Xherdan Shaqiri just secured a permanent contract with Lyon, while Origi is said to be considered disposable by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.
Despite his dismal goal-scoring record on Merseyside, he has struggled for playing time due to the established front-three of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Roberto Firmino.
If given the opportunity to lead, the 26-year-old would be a reasonably inexpensive and mediocre alternative for Aubameyang.