We will spend money on this player instead of wasting huge money to sign Victor Osimhen’: Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke tells Edu to bypass Osimhen deal and sign £50m instead in January. - soocer442
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We will spend money on this player instead of wasting huge money to sign Victor Osimhen’: Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke tells Edu to bypass Osimhen deal and sign £50m instead in January.

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We will invest in this player rather than squandering a fortune on signing Victor Osimhen: Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke instructs Edu to forego the Osimhen agreement in January and instead sign for £50 million.Mikel Arteta, the manager of Arsenal, will be hoping that the club’s hierarchy will approve a high-priced January transfer in an effort to reclaim the Premier League championship for north London after a twenty-year absence.The last time Arsenal won the Premier League trophy was in 2003/04; Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira, and Robert Pires were all members of that class. The class of 2022/23 came close to ending Arsenal’s league title hiatus. However, despite a valiant effort by the eventual runners-up, they were unable to advance and finished five points behind treble-winning champions Manchester City.

 

Arsenal have begun the season in a strong fashion, buoyed by the belief that they can advance one step this time around. However, Arteta’s squad still lacks a dependable, recognized striker. In light of this, GIVEMESPORT has identified five prospective strikers that Arsenal might acquire in the January transfer window; doing so could significantly improve the club’s Premier League championship prospects.Dusan Vlahovic has undoubtedly not appeared for Arsenal, correct? The Serbian forward’s potential signing with the Gunners has been the subject of so much speculation that there are times when it appears as though he may have donning the red and white uniform previously. In fact, The Evening Standard reported in January 2022 that the Gunners were negotiating a £58 million deal for the center forward, with Arteta reportedly supporting the move.Notwithstanding the monotonous rumors surrounding Vlahovic and Arsenal, his name is perpetually mentioned in connection with striker targets for good reason: he would make an outstanding acquisition for the 13-time English champions. Vlahovic, who, according to FBref, averages more than three attempts per match, fits the description of the type of player Arsenal needs to capitalize on opportunities presented by creative outlets such as Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, and Martin Odegaard.

 

Obtaining him away from Juventus will likely be the only obstacle for Arsenal, as the 23-year-old is under contract with the club until the summer of 2026. It has been reported that Chelsea were offered between £34 million and Romelu Lukaku in exchange for Vlahovic’s release from his contract with Juventus during the summer transfer window.

 

If that serves as a benchmark, the Serie A club will probably demand a fixed fee in the vicinity of £100 million to facilitate Vlahovic’s January departure.

 

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