BREAKING NEWS coming from Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal’s 1-1 draw with Liverpool at Anfield highlighted the need for the Emirates club to support manager Mikel Arteta in the January transfer window and help him secure his top priority. Arteta is looking to sign one of England hottest forward after pulling out of Osimhen deal, the England hitman has agreed personal terms with the club its now for arsenal to strike a deal with his club. Now it is time for Arteta to copy his mentor again and get Arsenal the England forward who can be decisive for Arsenal in the Premier League title race.

The 1-1 draw between Arsenal and Liverpool at Anfield served as a reminder of how important it is for the Emirates team to assist manager Mikel Arteta in securing his top priority during the January transfer window.


Even though Arsenal will be happy with the point on Merseyside, it was clear that they desperately need a natural No. 9 to help them in the penalty area.

Arsenal failed to capitalise on the few chances they created down the wings on a night when the home team largely restrained Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.

Arsenal is looking for centre forwards.
According to FootballTransfers, Arsenal’s top priority for the upcoming month will be to acquire at least one center-forward; the team’s Liverpool draw made this apparent.

Although it was never going to happen in January, Victor Osimhen will not be joining the team, and the Gunners are also priced out of a deal to sign Ivan Toney from Brentford. Juventus’ Dusan Vlahovic is still a top target, but Santos’ young player Marcos Leonardo is being pursued with an eye towards the future.

But Arsenal needs to add a natural scorer to their lineup if they want to improve their chances of winning the Premier League.

With just three Premier League goals under his belt, Jesus is clearly not the kind of prolific forward who will win games with his finishing, despite the fact that he took up positions to score against Liverpool.

Arteta has frequently emulated Pep Guardiola’s methods at Manchester City, where the addition of Erling Haaland to the team has allowed them to reach heights never seen before.

It’s time for Arteta to follow in the footsteps of his mentor once more and identify a forward who can help Arsenal win the Premier League.

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