Arsenal could now pay less for their top attacking target

Dominic Calvert-Lewin remains on the radar of Arsenal, and the Gunners could now pay less for the striker in the summer.

Mikel Arteta’s side will be in the market for new goal-scorers after losing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in the January transfer window.

The Gunners also face the prospect of losing Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette in the next one, which will leave them very short in attack.

They will add some forwards to their squad, but a new striker who will be their main target man will be a priority for the Gunners.

They pursued a transfer for Dusan Vlahovic from last summer until the January transfer window, but he joined Juventus instead.

The Sun claims Everton is now prepared to cash in on Calvert-Lewin when the transfer window reopened.

They had previously wanted £60million for his signature, but the report claims they are now prepared to collect less than that.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Calvert-Lewin has not been in his best form in this campaign, partly because of his fitness problems.

A move to Arsenal could rejuvenate him and make him an even better player, considering the quality of the teammates he would have on his side.

Even if we don’t sign him as our main striker, it would be great to have him in our squad.

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  1. Dominic Calvert Lewin is the ideal type of player Arsenal need.

    His injuries records is a lot to desire, Osimhen has now taken that spot

  2. He would do well at Arsenal. He’s the right guy if we have someone like Darwin Nunes and him as a valuable back-up. The guy is good. Far better than Alexander Isak who is also suffering from a goal-drought

  3. I would take DCL him for free on a rolling one season contract and a starting salary of 25k p/w plus assists/goals/win bonuses.

  4. Not for me!

    I think this might be a risky signing, because of his recent injury record.

    I have the same doubts about a Marcus Rashford signing.

    Both players look like reclamation projects

    I cannot help but see these two as very similar to Danny Welbeck.

    Lots of potential on paper, but never quite realized

  5. We let go Auba. And we’d most likely let Laca and Eddie go too. Then we turnaround and go for a Calvert-Lewin??? LoL
    Mikel has proven to be way brighter than that.

    1. Same can be said for Ramsdale for Leno, unknown guy Tomiyasu,Loan Flop Odegaard!!! You do not know how to learn.

  6. i’d pay £80m for Osimneh if i had to and leave calvert lewin for free
    buh let’s not forget abt the likes of Pique, Pogba, Lukaku or even ESR for that matter among others who didn’t shine at 1st then after leaving for other clubs they tended to even be greatness if no limit

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