BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, biggest news from Emirates, Arsenal have gotten their star man after both team reached and agreement today for Viktor Gyokeres. According to reports Arsenal look to have a free run at signing Viktor Gyokeres after he officially agreed to join Arsenal at the end of the season. To date, the Swede has scored 36 goals and recorded 15 assists in 42 games across all competitions. Arsenal FINALLY receive the Gyokeres news fans have been craving.


Arsenal appears to have a clear path to potentially sign Viktor Gyokeres following recent developments regarding Chelsea’s interest in the striker.

The Sporting CP forward has been in exceptional form during his debut season in Portugal, boasting impressive statistics. At 25 years old, Gyokeres has tallied an impressive 36 goals and 15 assists in 42 appearances across all competitions.

Such remarkable performance has positioned him as one of Europe’s most sought-after strikers. However, his €100 million release clause limits the number of clubs capable of securing his services. Reports suggest that Sporting might even entertain discussions with Gyokeres regarding a new contract to raise this release clause further.

In March, Footballwave exclusively disclosed that Arsenal has identified Gyokeres as their primary target for the summer transfer window. Although Manchester United, Chelsea, and Paris Saint-Germain have also expressed interest, recent developments indicate that these clubs might be pursuing alternative options.

Manchester United appears focused on Ivan Toney, while Paris Saint-Germain is reportedly eyeing Victor Osimhen as a replacement for Kylian Mbappe. Chelsea, likewise, has shifted its attention to Osimhen, signaling that they are unlikely to pursue Gyokeres.

According to journalist Ben Jacobs, Chelsea has cooled their interest in Gyokeres and has no plans to trigger his release clause during the upcoming transfer window. Writing for SPTC, Jacobs explained that Chelsea did not make a bid for Gyokeres in January, despite previous reports from Portugal. It seems that Sporting’s high valuation of €100 million has deterred Chelsea’s pursuit of the striker.

With Chelsea withdrawing from the race, Arsenal emerges as the frontrunner for Gyokeres. It is speculated that Arsenal would not hesitate to meet the striker’s release clause, particularly if they can offload some homegrown talent. Three academy products have been identified as potential candidates to generate significant revenue for Arsenal during the summer transfer window.

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