Arsenal are claimed to be pursuing deals to sign Real Madrid’s James Rodriguez and Atletico Madrid’s Antoine Griezmann, but I’m refusing to accept there is any truth in such, unless some concrete evidence arrives.
Arsenal appear to be desperate to bring in another striker this summer, and have so far failed to do so, and we thought we’d delve into the latest prices on us to land a number of targets.
Arsenal are in the hunt to bring in a new striker this summer, and have so far failed to do so, but does Wenger have a trump card in mind?
Our club was strongly linked with the capture of Alvaro Morata toward the end of last season, with Real said to be looking to trigger a buy-back clause, in order to sell him on for a profit.
Real Madrid’s Jese is supposedly in talks over a move to to either West Ham United or Southampton currently, while Arsenal and Liverpool have also been linked.
The Spanish striker appears to be surplus to requirements to Real boss Zinedine Zidane this season, and he is supposedly being offered out to clubs this summer.
Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane has refused to rule out an exit for Alvaro Morata this summer, with Chelsea and Arsenal both linked.
The striker returned to the Spanish capital from Juventus in the current window, after Real triggered his buy-back clause, which was included in his sale two years back.
Go on Arsenal fans, keep dreaming about the Gunners completing the transfer of the Spanish international forward Alvaro Morata, I dare you. I double dare you but in all honesty I think you would have a more productive time if you tried to make a model of the universe using only spaghetti hoops.
Chelsea are claimed to have had a bid for Real Madrid’s Alvaro Morata turned down, with the club looking to hold out for the full £64 Million asking price.
The Blues are believed to be leading the race to sign the striker now, but Arsenal are desperate to add a top goalscorer to the team, in hope of keeping tabs with their rivals this term, and have also been strongly linked.
The Spain international Alvaro Morata’s future has been a huge talking point this summer, with many reports claiming that the Spanish giants wReal Madrid ould re-sign him from Juventus, via a buy-back clause included in his initial sale, before selling him on for a sizeable profit.