Arsenal to challenge Spurs in chase for goalscoring winger

Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are in the hunt to sign Quincy Promes from Spartak Moscow this summer.

The winger has been consistent in front of goal at club level over the past four years, scoring over 10 league goals in each season, notching up 55 league goals in total.

This year has been by far his most impressive, scoring 18 in his 30 league outings, and is now said to be looking to leave the club. Promes is believed to have failed to agree terms on a new contract, and is now headed for the exit door.

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is claimed to have attended Holland’s friendly match against Ireland two weeks back, in order to have a closer look at the winger, but will now face competition from close rivals Arsenal in the race to sign him.

The Gunners allowed Tomas Rosicky, Mathieu Flamini and Mikel Arteta to leave in the summer, and were expected to bring in three replacements in the same window.

They have already moved to bring in Granit Xhaka from Borussia Monchengladbach, and are believed to be looking to bring more goals into the side, especially with Danny Welbeck having been ruled out with injury until February 2016.

The 24 year-old could now be in line to do just that, although most Gunners had expected a central striker to come into the fold to challenge Olivier Giroud. The Frenchman enjoyed his best goals tally in an Arsenal shirt this season, despite going on a four-month barren run. It’s possible that because of a lack of options he was forced to play too much, and his lack of goals for that four-month spell could have been blamed on fitness.

Promes has a great goal return albeit in a much weaker league in Russia, but could he the answer this summer? If we sign the Dutch international, would our one remaining signing need to be a striker or a defender?

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  1. We have enough wingers.
    Sanchez Iwobi Campbell
    Wallclott Chumperlyn
    Ramsea Adelaide Toral
    Willock, Niles Wellington.
    As we say at Arsenal
    “we never buy stars we make them”.

    1. and if Sanchez locks down one wing… who is good enough to rely on to lock down the other??
      While I’m extremely positive about a lot of the names you’ve mentioned futures with us here, or elsewhere I’d prefer we invested in another deadly winger and there’s no shortage of names that are rumored to be available.
      Mkhitarayan and Draxler are blatant upgrades on what we have currently aside from the Chilean. Promes seems quality. For me the fact that there isn’t Mahrez rumors flying around is just a little too quiet for my liking… He’s the previous PL player of the season and one of the best in the league IMO. Another deadly winger is a must IMO as they create so much space for others

      1. Mkhitarayan plays on the left. I believe also Draxler plays on the left. Mahrez plays on the right but will he be as good for us as he has been for LCFC last year? He does tend to suffer when defenders don’t sell themselves and stay on their feet, like clubs approach us.

  2. Arsenal still onto the “challenge spuds” thing Like they (spuds) are some sorta big, Tough barrier………. We should grow up please!

    And start challenging for Top honours….

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