Arsenal boosted as target is in “what will surely be his last months” at his present club

Arsenal has been given a boost in their bid to sign Luka Jovic as a new report claims the striker is certainly just months away from leaving Real Madrid.

The Serbian’s career with Los Blancos has not taken off years after he completed a move to the Spanish club.

He had been one of Europe’s most devastating forwards at Eintracht Frankfurt and he deserved his move there.

But it seems the La Liga side has now admitted it was a mistake to buy him and they will listen to offers for his signature. claims he is surely in the final months of his stay with the Spanish giants because they are already listening to offers for his signature.

Arsenal is one of the clubs keen to take him, but they are not alone with the report claiming West Ham and Tottenham also want to give him a taste of Premier League football.

Just Arsenal Opinion

We do not have the luxury of wasting money on a striker in the summer because if we sign a flop, it could set us back in our rebuilding process.

Jovic has failed to shine in Madrid and his confidence would have taken a hit as a result of that.

While a new club can revive him, we don’t need a player that we have to work on to become better. We need a proven goal scorer.

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  1. Aubameyang has scored 10 goals since being given away by Arsenal.
    Arsenal have scored 12 goals since giving away Aubameyang.

    We are currently looking to spend upwards of £40,000,000 plus sky high salary for a proven goal scorer.

    Arteta has lost 12 of his 47 home games.
    Wenger lost 12 of his last 116 home games.

    We have spent more in the last transfer window, than at any other time in our history.

    We have given more players away in the last two years than in the history of our club.

    We have, of course, reduced the wage bill.

    1. Begs the question, why did we replace Wenger?
      1. Currently we play the most unsightly football I have seen in my limited years as a fan of Arsenal (about 20 years)
      2. Wenger might have lost CL qualifying, but we still had European football under him.
      3. The team needed a rebuild, so have someone in management to ensure there is a transition towards a younger team.

      Doubtful if Wenger would agree to some of the decision making being taken away, but the team clearly needed a rebuild.

      Someone else for contracts, back to the revolving year contract for those over 30.

      In all honesty, we have not reached what was a low point for Wenger. Currently it may be called “progress” for Arteta, but certainly not “progress” for the club. Wenger finished 5th and 6th with European football the following year.

      Now we will likely finish somewhere between 4-6, exactly where we were 4 years ago.

    2. Very good post some people were laughing at unai emery when he last week said arteta got more time than him I didn’t support emery but emery got us better result and was fired Wenger would have placed 8 th two season in a row let’s move on if we get anything less than 6th place

  2. I keep seeing this Jovic post every time. It looks like a joke to me. What is he coming to offer the team? He flopped at Real Madrid and not like he was world class in Germany either. Real Madrid signed him based on potential more than anything else. He hasn’t proven that potential so why is Arsenal a place for home to be? Why is Manchester United, Mancity, Barcelona or Bayern Munich not after him? Why are we always after players that will give more problems than they will help us solve? This is a big No for me.

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