BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Ian Wright told Arsenal to forget about Ivan Toney and sign £64m striker who can give arsenal 30+ goals every season. With seven league games remaining, Mikel Arteta’s team has a genuine opportunity to win their first Premier League crown in 20 years after building on a cautious and steady start to the season. This will require them to more prepare ahead of next season. He said “Ivan Toney is good no doubt but I would like to see more of this natural talent at Arsenal than toney. He has 32 goals this season, Arsenal can forget about Toney by signing £64m “serious talent”.


With just seven league games left, Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal have a genuine shot at securing their first Premier League title in two decades, following a cautious and steady start to the season.

Despite their promising position, the North London club continues to be linked with elite strikers like Ivan Toney, as they’ve been scoring goals consistently since the year began. This contrasts starkly with their struggles earlier in the season when they managed to find the net only once in 63 attempts.

Ivan Toney, who plays for Brentford, has drawn attention due to his quality, but new rumors suggest Arsenal may opt for a superior option.

Recent reports indicate Arsenal’s interest in FC Porto striker Evanilson, with scouts having observed him in action throughout the season. The Brazilian forward has been a target for Arsenal previously, with many within the club seeing him as a player of immense potential worth investing in, as revealed by Football Transfers in January.

According to these reports, Arsenal would need to fork out around €75 million or £64 million to secure Evanilson’s services in the summer transfer window, which would be a substantial investment but potentially justified compared to the alternative of signing Toney.

While Toney’s recent ban for betting-related offenses complicates direct comparisons, Evanilson’s performances this season stand out. The Brazilian has notched 22 goals and provided six assists in 36 games, surpassing Toney’s record of 21 goals and five assists in 35 games last season.

Scout Jacek Kulig has highlighted Evanilson’s significant improvement, noting his impressive 47 goal involvements (goals and assists combined) since the start of the 22/23 campaign, compared to just 10 goals and nine assists in the previous season, indicating consistent progress.

Analyzing underlying statistics, Evanilson emerges as the more complete striker, excelling in key metrics such as goal-scoring, passing accuracy, shot conversion rate, expected goals and assists, and ball retention.

With Arsenal reportedly preparing an offer for Evanilson, the 24-year-old Brazilian appears to be a superior choice to Toney, being both younger and more well-rounded. Should Arsenal opt to bolster their attacking lineup this summer, Evanilson seems like a more favorable option compared to the Brentford star.

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