BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal are about to pull one the best deal as €70m deal has been agreed to bring star player to Emirates Stadium. To address their front-line problems, Arsenal reaches agreement to recruit striker valued at €70 million to the Emirates Stadium this summer. Deal Agreed Arsenal ready to unleash nine-figure striker.


Arsenal is planning to bolster their frontline by acquiring a €70 million striker for the Emirates Stadium during the upcoming summer transfer window. Mikel Arteta made adjustments to his attacking lineup in their recent match against Aston Villa, deploying Kai Havertz in midfield and Gabriel Jesus as the main striker. However, Jesus struggled, and Arsenal suffered a 2-0 defeat at home, highlighting a significant deficiency in Arteta’s squad depth. Jesus has faced injury woes in his second season with the club, while Eddie Nketiah has seen limited opportunities to score.

While Havertz has been the preferred option, Arsenal lacks a viable backup plan. Recent reports from Gazzetta dello Sport indicate that Arsenal is still pursuing Joshua Zirkzee from Bologna as an alternative. Zirkzee, along with Ivan Toney and Victor Osimhen, is among the potential targets for Arsenal’s striker position.

According to previous reports by Gianluca Di Marzio, Arteta’s team is prepared to offer Zirkzee a weekly wage of £115,000 to secure his move to the Premier League. If the deal goes through, Zirkzee is likely to be utilized as a rotational player alongside Havertz, Jesus, and wingers Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli.

There is considerable anticipation surrounding Zirkzee’s potential transfer, with FourFourTwo even predicting Arsenal’s pursuit earlier this month. However, the success of the transfer may hinge on the negotiated price. Zirkzee has attracted attention from multiple clubs due to Bologna’s impressive season under Thiago Motta. If Arsenal wishes to secure the 22-year-old’s services, they may need to meet Bologna’s valuation of €70 million.

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