Arsenal consider transfer swoop for £30million-rated attacker following eye-catching form

Arsenal could be in the market for a new striker.

Latest transfer gossip claims Arsenal are eyeing up a potential move for Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard.

The 22-year-old has been a prolific scorer in his time in Scotland, having initially failed to make a breakthrough at previous club Paris Saint-Germain.

Now, however, it seems fair to say Edouard could be ready to play for a bigger club and in a more competitive league, and the Daily Mirror claim Arsenal are interested in the £30million-rated Frenchman.

Edouard could be a particularly useful signing amid doubts over Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future, with the Gabon international having just over a year to run on his current contract at the Emirates Stadium.

Of course, we won’t want to lose Aubameyang, but with the Sun suggesting the likes of Manchester United could pay as much as £35m for him, it could be very smart business to replace him with a quality young forward like Edouard whilst making a small profit overall.

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  1. Means we’re going to have to listen to those whinging Celtic b’stards going on about his value all day long.Theyve already come up with a laughable £50 million price on their fan sites.i kid u not.The whiniest delusional supporters on the planet.

  2. In the summer

    Auba only if he wants to go – $50m
    Laca hopefully we can get $45m
    Sokratis – $10m
    Xhaka – $30m
    Miki – $10m
    Elneny – $5m
    Ozil to anyone to get wages off
    AMN – $20m
    Kola – $20m
    Torreira only if he wants and we find a suitable replacement – $30m

    CB: Torres/Maghalles – $30m
    CB/LB: Matvyienko – $30m
    CM: Szobsozlai – $20m
    CM/AM: Emi Buendia – $20m
    DM: Zakaria – $30m
    CAM: Korku – $20m
    ST: David – $20m
    Try keep Cellabos – $20m

    Young Talent:
    CB: Bruno Fuchs – $10m
    DM: Pape Gueye – $10m
    ST: Emil Roback – $10m

    Bellerin Torres Salilba Tierney
    Zakaria Szobsozlai
    Pepe Buendia Saka

    2nd Team:
    Soares Mustafi Mari Matvyienko
    Guendozi Cellabos
    Nelson Kokcu ESR

  3. Honestly it’s not always the best way to keep buying, this affects our development sides don’t we have some players to elevate at no cost to the club, if not how come we have produced so many good players that are plying their trade elsewhere from our academy,I trust Arsenal bred beyond those expensive buys, who make us good but temporary teams, it’s not sustainable in the longterm, but everyone may see things differently

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