Impressing 12-goal Premier League star told to join Arsenal!

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Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke has been encouraged to make a move to a club like Arsenal

Mikel Arteta has seen his side struggle at times this season, as Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Jesus are not players that can score 20-30 goals a season, something that is needed at the Emirates.

Solanke started his professional career at Chelsea after spending a decade in the academy at Stamford Bridge. He was a prolific goalscorer at youth level but was rarely given the chance for the first team.

After an unsuccessful spell at Liverpool, he has found a home at Bournemouth and is finally proving he can score goals in the Premier League. He is enjoying his best campaign in front of goal in the top flight, with 12 strikes in 19 appearances.

McCoist believes the Bournemouth forward should recognize he may have reached his peak and should seek a transfer while he is still firing on all cylinders, since he may never have that opportunity again.

Speaking on talkSPORT, the Scot said, “Move. All day. I look at Dominic Solanke, and I think right now he is an unbelievably rich vein of form. That might not last.

‘Therefore, he might not get another opportunity to move to a club like Tottenham or a club like ARSENAL. If he gets the opportunity to move to a club like that, for me, it is an absolute no-brainer. He has to move.”


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Solanke is having a brilliant season and has impressed at times – but he is not good enough to make the step up to a club like Arsenal and bang in 20 goals a season, Bournemouth is the ideal place for the man.

If the Gunners signed Solanke – ARSENAL fans would not be too happy about it that is for sure.


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