Arsenal ‘VERY LIKELY’ to get deal done for £125k-a-week attacker!


Arsenal will almost certainly cash in on Eddie Nketiah this summer – it has again been claimed in the media.

The academy graduate has played a big part in the Arsenal squad this season, but has largely found himself on the bench on a weekly basis under Mikel Arteta.

It is no secret that ARSENAL are eyeing up a striker this coming summer window – which means that Nketiah would fall even further down the pecking order at the club – and that has led to speculation that he is a player that the Gunners are willing to sell.

That has led to reports that the likes of West Ham and Newcastle are interested in a move for the player, as both clubs knows that they need to add another striker to the attack, although that £30 million asking price is a bit high.

Speaking exclusively to GIVEMESPORT, reporter Dharmesh Sheth has predicted that Nketiah’s time is up at Arsenal and the £30m-rated forward is expected to end his nine-year tenure at the club this summer.

He said: “I’m told that Eddie Nketiah is almost definitely going to move on from Arsenal in the summer, especially if they bring in another striker.

He was behind Gabriel Jesus number one, and then he was even behind the likes of Kai Havertz and Leandro Trossard, who played in that false nine position, so his game time was limited.”

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Nketiah is a very good young forward that has proven himself over the seasons – but he is just not the 20 goals a season forward that Mikel Arteta needs.

If an offer of £25 million arrives in the coming window – then the ARSENAL board should definitely take it.

Arteta knows that Man City will improve the squad in the summer and he will need to sign players that will worry Pep Guardiola.


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