SHOCKING NEWS: Coming from Fabrizio Romano, Kylian Mbappe’s potential move from PSG to Real Madrid is set to have a knock-on effect at Arsenal, with Mikel Arteta’s side poised to rethink their transfer strategy in anticipation of the blockbuster summer switch. Arsenal is reportedly keen and ready to lure the world cup winner to join the team during the summer.


Reports from France suggest that Mbappe is leaning towards leaving PSG on a free transfer in the upcoming summer, triggering a series of interconnected moves. Arsenal is poised to be impacted, with Arteta initially eyeing Xavi Simons, but PSG intends to keep him as Mbappe’s successor.

FootballTransfers exclusively revealed that Arteta maintains a strong interest in Wolves’ Pedro Neto, amplified by Neto’s recent assist in a 4-2 victory over Chelsea. However, Arsenal is still in search of a central playmaker.

In this pursuit, Arsenal scouts are closely monitoring RB Leipzig’s Benjamin Sesko, as reported by Christian Falk. Sesko, who arrived in the summer for €24 million, is also drawing interest from AC Milan, offering €40 million. Arsenal is considering him, given his €50 million exit clause, despite earlier links with Manchester United.

While Sesko has been associated with a move to Manchester United due to his physical suitability as a center-forward in the Premier League, Arteta will assess whether triggering his release clause is justified. Sesko’s current Estimated Transfer Value (ETV) is €21.5 million, significantly lower than the potential summer cost, presenting an attractive option for the Gunners.

Arteta’s player monitoring extends beyond Sesko and Simons. Napoli’s Victor Osimhen emerges as a luxurious alternative for the No.9 role at Arsenal. However, competition for Osimhen is fierce, with Chelsea being the leading contenders to secure the Nigerian striker, and possibly Manchester United entering the fray. The summer promises to be dynamic for Arsenal, navigating potential transfers and strategic decisions influenced by Mbappe’s potential departure from PSG.

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