Arsenal targeting a move for top Premier League ace

Arsenal has been linked with a move for Dominic Calvert-Lewin as the Englishman’s profile continues to rise.

Calvert Lewin is currently with the England national team at the Euros as they bid to bring the trophy home.

He scored the highest percentage of goals inside the opponents’ box last season and has developed into one of the best-attacking headers of the ball.

Arsenal faces uncertainty over the future of the likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah this summer.

Both players have enjoyed mixed spells under Mikel Arteta and they have expiring deals at the Emirates.

Arsenal hasn’t tied them down to new contracts yet and it might be a sign that they are open to selling both.

Calvert Lewin scored 25 goals for club and country last season and The Telegraph says Arsenal has him on their transfer wishlist ahead of the new season.

Interestingly, only one of his goals was a penalty and that shows how good he is in front of the goal.

Everton is looking to become one of England’s European campaigners and the Toffees will not be willing to sell the striker.

However, Arsenal remains the bigger club and the Gunners could persuade him to ask for a transfer away.

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  1. I would love to see DCL at Arsenal, highly doubt it will happen though.

    Now we all know that 99% of transfer talk is all speculation brought up by the papers – mostly

    But, one thing i am happy with is the amount of English players we have been linked to.

    It’s refreshing DCL, Maddison, White, Max Aarons, Sterling, although the later is still a very good player and reaching his peak, i would rather us sign the first 4 with Lokonga.

    It would be great to have more English / British players, playing regularly for our club – i hope these rumours are true but again, highly doubtful, which is a shame indeed

    1. You raise a very interesting point Val as you are not alone in hoping to add more British players to our squad.While overseas players have served us well in years gone by, home based players can make a difference in terms of spirit and determination , which is needed when the going gets tough.The trouble with dabb!ing in the UK market is the problem of finding value for money as invariably Clubs here seem to have an inflated opinion of the worth of their playing assets.As to DCL,while I like him as a player, I very much doubt if Everton would consider selling him at this point in his career.

  2. When are we going to stop”targeting” players and start “buying” some? Asking for a few friends…😁

  3. Good target but unlikely to come. Lewin would be a fantastic signing. Out of 25 goals only 1 was a penalty, brilliant cf

  4. Anyone who believes that DCL willbe coming to us needs their head examining. No one doubts his quality surely, but to think he would end up with us is nonsense. Pure and simply nonsense!

  5. So many funny articles on here at present. DCL, great player, why would he leave Everton for us? Not that Everton would let him go or indeed if we could afford him.

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