Arsenal confident of beating Spurs to the signing of Premier League ace

Arsenal is confident that they will sign Ryan Fraser when his deal expires in the summer despite interest from Tottenham, claims the Mail.

The former Aberdeen man is one of the most sought-after free agents that teams would consider signing this summer.

He was linked with a move to Arsenal last summer, but Bournemouth kept hold of the player and he has failed to reproduce the form that caught the attention of the Gunners.

However, he remains a good assists provider in the Premier League and Mikel Arteta is looking to land him as soon as the transfer window opens claims the same report.

Arsenal will look for the best value that they can get from the free agency market in the summer before they spend their limited funds, and Fraser would certainly fit that criteria.

Tottenham is also targeting the winger and the 26-year-old would consider joining the Lilywhites, however, Arsenal believes that they are in pole position to land him ahead of their neighbours.

Fraser isn’t the only Premier League free agent that has been linked with a move to Arsenal with the Gunners also pursuing a move for Chelsea’s Willian.

Spurs also want Willian who has played under Jose Mourinho before as a Chelsea player.

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3 Comments

  1. Top Gunner says:

    Maybe I don’t understand football. Does Arsenal really want to lose Lacazette so that they can buy Frazer? I hope this is fake news, because Lacazette is better than Frazer

  2. Grandad says:

    Fraser who I know very well from his time with Aberdeen, is a decent hard working busy bee of a player.However he would not represent an upgrade on what we have and indeed he is not nearly as talented as the likes of Saka,Pepe, Martinelli and indeed Lacazette.

  3. Top Gunner says:

    He is far from what Lacazette can deliver in the field. Lacazette is one of the underrated players. Thats the reason France can pick Giroud over Lacazette

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