BREAKING NEWS: coming live from Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal make Premier league striker first transfer target. Arteta want to build an elite team with a striker capable of dominating the league and Arteta has told the club to get him as he remains one of the most feared strikers in the league. Striking duo Gabriel Jesus, who has only scored four goals, and Eddie Nketiah, who has only scored five, have undoubtedly been so disappointing that the Arsenal attack yearns for an upgrade. Arsenal reportedly set to make Premier league star their first striker target and have already decided on his worth.


Arsenal’s intention to bolster their attacking lineup by signing a striker this summer is hardly a well-kept secret. The underwhelming performance of their current striking duo, consisting of Gabriel Jesus and Eddie Nketiah, who have managed just four and five goals respectively, has left much to be desired, prompting a fervent desire for an upgrade within the Arsenal camp.

Despite the impressive form displayed by Kai Havertz, who has notched up 8 goals and 5 assists in 11 games, potentially complicating any transfer plans, it would be astonishing if Mikel Arteta and Edu, Arsenal’s manager and technical director respectively, were to overlook the pressing need for a top-tier striker. While the exact identity of this sought-after upgrade remains shrouded in uncertainty, reports from the Independent suggest that Alexander Isak of Newcastle could be the solution Arsenal is seeking.

According to sources cited by The Independent, Mikel Arteta views the Swedish striker as an ideal fit for his project. Isak’s past successes at Real Sociedad may have already swayed Arsenal’s decision-makers, but his continued growth and development since joining Newcastle have only served to further ignite their interest. Over the last two seasons, Isak has impressively notched up 29 goals in 48 league appearances, with 19 of those goals coming in the current campaign alone.

Isak’s potential transfer to Arsenal might have been deemed unattainable if it weren’t for Newcastle’s need to offload players to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations and balance their books. However, it is anticipated that Isak will become available for transfer in the upcoming summer window, presenting Arsenal with a promising opportunity to secure his services.

While Arsenal is eager to secure Isak’s signature, reports suggest that they will not display any signs of desperation in their pursuit. Allegedly, the North London club has already determined the maximum amount they are willing to pay for the striker and is adamant about not getting embroiled in protracted transfer negotiations. Instead, Arsenal might opt to make a take-it-or-leave-it offer to Newcastle for Isak’s transfer. Should Newcastle reject this offer, as claimed by The Independent, Arsenal has identified alternative striking targets, including Viktor Gyokeres of Sporting CP, Joshua Zirkzee of Bologna, and Benjamin Sesko of RB Leipzig, to pursue as fallback options.

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