Arsenal Can Sign Striker for €100m+ – 14-Goal Star ‘Can Force Gunners Move – Arsenal target will cost €175million

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AC Milan have made clear their firm position regarding the future of their star, Rafael Leao, with Arsenal reportedly interested in a potential deal.

Leao has been one of AC Milan’s most important players over the past four seasons, registering over 40 goals and over 30 assists across over 150 games for the club.

According to statements from the club’s CEO, Giorgio Furlani, the Portuguese winger will only be sold for a considerable sum of €175 million, according to Fichajes.net

The report adds that The €175 million release clause sets out a clear message from Milan: they are willing to retain Leao unless an exceptionally high offer is submitted. Furlani has also stated that the player’s desire is to continue at Milan, which reinforces the club’s stance regarding his future.

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There is something there in the potential of Leao – he really is a special talent and could be a great long-term investment – but not for that €175 million that is being talked about.

He wont be coming to the Premier League anytime soon as he has made his feeling very clear – he would like to stay at Milan – but we are sure that Arsenal will continue to be linked with the man

The amount of speculation regarding the future of a number of the clubs players means that the Gunners will probably need to delve into that transfer kitty and add some more players to the side

However – as we said – we do not feel that Leao would bring the goals and quality that ARSENAL need – and they will certainly struggle to pay the amount of money if they want to stay within that financial fair play rule.

GYOKERES PRICE SET – 

Sporting won’t sell Victor Gyokeres for less than €100m in the summer window – the likes of Chelsea have been informed.

Gyokeres has scored 36 goals in 40 games for Sporting and is one of the form attacking players in European football this term, with many reports in the medcia suggesting that he could be sold in the coming transfer window.

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Europe’s elite are queueing up to prise the Sweden international away from Lisbon after his stunning start to life with Sporting, and ARSENAL are one of the clubs that are desperate to delve into that transfer kitty and add a 30 goals a season forward to that attack

Portuguese football expert Pedro Sepúlveda on Sky Sports News:

“Both Arsenal and Chelsea are going to look for a striker in the summer. Viktor Gyokeres is the best player in the Portuguese league.

“He has 36 goals in 40 games and 13 assists. These numbers are incredible all around Europe, I’m sure every team would want a 25-year-old striker with these numbers.

“Sporting won’t sell him for less than €100m. I cannot guarantee it will be an English club but I’m sure one club from Europe will pay €100m.”

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The transfer window is many months away and there will be alot of rumours – but one thing is for certain – Gyokeres is a player that could add to that ARSENAL attack – he is a real goal-machine right now.

He may be good enough for that Portuguese League – but he could really struggle to make the impact that he would like in the Premier League – it is another level.

ISAK CAN FORCE THROUGH MOVE – 

Newcastle United may not be able to stop Alexander Isak leaving for the likes of Arsenal at the end of the season if he likes, according to reporter Iomie Stanley.

Speculation has mounted over a summer move for the Swedish forward due to Newcastle’s need to balance the books for Profit and Sustainability Rules reasons, with ARSENALreportedly interested in a deal.

Isak made it 14 Premier League goals for the season after scoring two from the penalty spot in Saturday’s 4-3 comeback win over West Ham, while he also laid on a fantastic assist for Harvey Barnes’ first goal.

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However – Arsenal will be in for a battle if they are really keen to get a deal done for the player – as Howe has opened up and claimed that the Swedish star will not be for sale at the end of the season.

But if you believe the words of Stanley – Newcastle United’s predicament with Alexander Isak’s potential move to Arsenal at the end of the season reflects the complex dynamics of modern football,

He told icfootballnews: ‘Firstly, financial muscle plays a pivotal role in modern football transfers. Newcastle United, despite their rich history and passionate fanbase, have been relatively restrained in their spending compared to elite clubs like Arsenal. Following their acquisition by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund, Newcastle’s financial capabilities have certainly expanded, but they are still in the process of rebuilding and restructuring. In contrast, Arsenal boasts a more stable financial position and a long-standing presence among the footballing elite.

Secondly, player aspirations and ambitions often outweigh loyalty to their current clubs. While Newcastle United might provide a platform for Isak’s development, Arsenal offers the allure of competing at the highest level in domestic and European competitions. The prospect of playing alongside established stars and under the guidance of renowned managers can be irresistible for ambitious young talents like Isak. Additionally, ARSENAL rich history and global fanbase add to their appeal, making it a dream destination for many players.

Thirdly, the influence of agents and intermediaries cannot be overlooked in modern football transfers. Isak’s agent and advisors are likely to play a crucial role in shaping his future. If they see Arsenal as a more attractive proposition for their client in terms of career progression, exposure, and financial rewards, they might actively push for a move to the Gunners. Newcastle, despite their ambitions, might find it challenging to sway the decision in their favor if the player’s representatives are inclined towards Arsenal.

Moreover, Newcastle United’s current position in the footballing hierarchy could hinder their ability to retain top talents like Isak. While the club’s potential under new ownership is promising, they are still in the process of rebuilding and establishing themselves as a force in English and European football. Players like Isak might prefer joining clubs with a more established pedigree and immediate prospects of success rather than embarking on a long-term project with uncertain outcomes.

Furthermore, the lure of London and its cosmopolitan lifestyle adds another dimension to Arsenal’s appeal. While Newcastle is a passionate footballing city with a rich heritage, it might struggle to compete with the cultural and social attractions of London, especially for young players like Isak who are looking to immerse themselves in a vibrant urban environment.’

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