Arsenal still considering making a move for coveted Ligue 1 striker

Arsenal has been long-term admirers of Lille striker Jonathan David and is still interested in adding him to their squad, according to reports.

The Canadian was a key man for his country at the World Cup and continues to show why he is one of the coveted men in European football.

Lille knows they have a top player on their hands, and it is only a matter of time before he will be signed by one of Europe’s best sides.

A report on Fichajes.net reveals Arsenal remains in the running for his signature, and they will look to sign him when he becomes available to leave Ligue 1.

Just Arsenal Opinion

David has been in fine form over the last few seasons and is one young striker that can deliver for clubs at the top level.

We have very good attackers on our team now, and Eddie Nketiah is having a good time having come in to replace the injured Gabriel Jesus.

It makes little sense to add David to our squad now, and we must be sure he has the qualities to play alongside our other players and in a front two before we add him to the group.

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8 Comments

    1. Mudryk for 40m+20m is the max we should pay, not more. He is still raw, and we cannot afford to just put all our next year’s budget in one unproven player

  1. David was a big disappointment to me at the World Cup and did little to suggest he could make an impression in the Premier League.

    1. @Grandad
      I agree. He really showed his limitations there. I think our style of play is too fast paced for him.

  2. Jonathan David has been doing very well at Lille. Very successful indeed, and he is young and very skillful. A very good “investment” IMO.

  3. I also was disappointed with his performance at the World Cup. He looked very immobile and not in the greatest shape. IMO

  4. I was also dissapointed with Sakas performance at the World Cup but as we all know, Saka is performing at the highest level again.

    1. A very good point. WS.We should not judge players soley on how they perform at the World Cup.Many players have done remarkably well in the WC but we’re rarely heard of again.I can think of two Italian players who fell into this category.

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