Arsenal asked for information about former target at the World Cup

Arsenal was desperate to add Dusan Vlahovic to their squad when he played for Fiorentina, but he joined Juventus 12 months ago.

Mikel Arteta eventually settled for Gabriel Jesus at the end of last season, but Arsenal never gave up on Vlahovic and continues to monitor him in Turin.

The striker is not scoring as much as he did at his previous club because Juventus does not play a fluid style of football that suits him.

This has encouraged Arsenal to remain hopeful he might become available to sign soon, a dream that will be superb if it were to come true.

A report via Sport Witness reveals their interest in him is so strong that they have been watching him at the current World Cup.

It claims they even spoke to his representatives to once again discuss the possibility of adding him to their squad at the Emirates now or in the future.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Vlahovic remains one of the best strikers in the world, which is why we continue to trail him and it is a good thing.

We have no idea if he will become available for transfer, but if we persist, when that chance comes we will be among the favourites to add him to our squad.

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  1. Really, Sport Witness.

    We should test Juventus resolve, the minute the window flies open.

    If this report is true, I sanction it, Vlohovic is a top talent that may have been misguided, those Serbian strikers are deadly, they scores for fun, some time from scraps.

    Outside of Haaland he’s arguably one of the most lethal striker, Arsenal at some point got to start signing some of the best talents once there is an opportunity.

    When normal service resumes, we have two teams in Newcastle and the Citizens that sport some of the meanest defense in the league, as a leader the gaffer has to act and act decisively.

    But still am not worried because it seems the gaffer might be hearing my shout.

  2. OT: I see Bournemouth is the latest club to be taken over by an Americn business consortium.

    That’s 10 of the 20 clubs now having at least some US ownership. If they get to 14 and act together they can force through changes.

    And we may not like what they do. Many of them were interested in the Super League for money-making reasons, so what’s the chance that their first move will be to end relegation, effectively an ESL-style move, for fans that’s a way of turning a sport into a show.

    The more the business types become involved, the less interesting I find the sports they’re involved in.

  3. I would very much doubt after the fruitless chase for said player, when he clearly didn’t want to come to Arsenal before, that we will make the same mistake again.

  4. Vlahovic is not having a great time at Juventus. That club is having financial and other sundry issues. Arsenal will likely play CL football next season.
    All these may add up to make an Arsenal acquisition of the player not out of the realm of possibility

  5. Vlahovic, a statement signing for sure. Think Saka, Martinelli and Saliba would think twice about signing long term contracts if we signed this prodigious striker. Think again.
    Time to be bold and start acting like a big club again!

    1. This is a very interesting take and somthing to really take into serious consideration.

      Players left Arsenal into the pass as a result of exactly what you mentioned above.

      Not just Vlohovic but these statements signing inspire confidence and in turn influence contract decisions

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