Arsenal wants striker with a deal until 2025 to replace Lacazette

Alexandre Lacazette is almost certainly leaving Arsenal at the end of this season and the Gunners are now working to ensure he is replaced.

The Frenchman is approaching the end of his current deal at the Emirates and can sign a pre-contract with another club at the start of next year.

Arsenal might even be attentive to January offers for the former Lyon man and has identified a striker that can succeed him at the Emirates.

The Daily Mirror claims that Mikel Arteta wants Dominic Calvert-Lewin to replace the outgoing Frenchman.

The England striker has been one of the most consistent players in the Premier League in recent seasons.

Injuries have robbed him of the chance to keep scoring in this campaign, but Arsenal has seen enough and the Gunners will pursue a summer move for him.

His current deal expires in 2025, so Everton will ask Arsenal to pay some good money for his signature.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Calvert-Lewin is one of the finest strikers currently in England, and he is certainly more lethal than Lacazette.

At 24, he is also at an age where Arteta can develop him further and turn him into the goal machine Arsenal needs.

It remains to be seen if Everton would sell arguably one of their most important players and at what price he would move to the Emirates.

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  1. Chris says:

    Arsenal really needs the striker of the highest quality and need urgently, infact not later than the January transfer window. I think Calvert-Lewin will be a hit at the Emirates. His physique and the attitude and the real desire to to excel seems apparant. So Arsenal needs to react quickly, as he is contracted with Everton till 2022.

  2. CorporateMan says:

    Give me Dusan Vlahovic, I would give my right arm to have him at my beloved club
    Right age, right skills, good physical build, ticks almost all the boxes
    But I know it can only be a dream except we managed,somehow, to qualify for Champions League football next season

    1. Atid says:

      Honestly we have 3 strikers in Auba, Laca and Eddie that are clearly not interested in the club anymore, whilst we have Martinelli and Balogun, absolutely busting a gut to get in the team.

      Clear those 3 out in January along with Pepe and Nelson. Bring in 1 more striker, 1 more winger and we are good to go up front.

      Next issue is that midfield where Partey, Xhaka, AMN and Elneny are clearly not the answer.

      Then again having conceded 7 in our last 3 matches you do worry about us at the back still. Need Tierney back asap and the holding midfielders to sort their roles out. You cannot both push forward, when the full backs are bombing down the wings.

      1. John Ibrahim says:

        they will leave on a free transfer in the summer…..

        fans cant control players in the real world unlike in Fifa21

  3. Dickerson says:

    Break the bank for Calvert lewin, Isak or Vlahovic.

    1. John Ibrahim says:

      pay them whatever they wants

      100m or 200m …just pay….

      fans favourite quotes

  4. Kobin says:

    Only one name rings in my head…Watkins.

    1. Vinnie2000 says:

      Totally Supported, mate!
      Ollie Watkins will be Fire 🔥 for us! Dude reminds me of Luis Suarez 2012/13!
      A Striker who runs at Defenders non-Stop!
      Another striker who is doing so now is Emmanuel Dennis of Watford!
      These are the Kind of Attackers Arsenal needs, Not Lazy Pensioners like Lacazette and Auba!😏

  5. Kaz says:

    Haaland is who we need.

    1. John Ibrahim says:

      Haaland would cost 200m….

      thats not including wages which is at least 300k and up

  6. The-Real-Vieira-Lynn-4ever says:

    talk about your upgrades

  7. Yiga Gerald says:

    Even if you have excellent strikers under aweakheartedly manager like Arteta, they will eventually loose like Aub and his fellows. They should copy the likes of Klopp who can turn an average player into a world class player

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