Arteta welcomes Kylian Mbappe links to Arsenal but is he being serious?

Arsenal requires a new striker, and there’s no denying that Kylian Mbappe would be a transformative addition to the squad.

Despite being one of the top clubs in England and performing well this season, Arsenal hasn’t traditionally been seen as a frontrunner in the race to sign Mbappe.

Surprisingly, in recent days, the Frenchman has been linked with a move to the Emirates as he approaches a potential exit from PSG. Recent reports even suggest that he has informed PSG of his intention to leave in the summer, sparking growing interest in his signature, especially given the suspense around his next club.

The prospect of Mbappe joining the current Arsenal team has fans dreaming of winning every trophy in England and Europe. While asked about the potential transfer, Mikel Arteta insists that Arsenal is big enough to be in contention for such a high-profile signing.

He said, as quoted by the Daily Mail:

‘Well, when there is a player of that calibre we always have to be in the conversation. 

‘But as you said, it looks to be going a different way.’

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Mbappe would be a stunning signing if we can pull it off, but even Arteta seems to know that the Frenchman is moving to another club.

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  1. Is it a zero transfer fee? The shirt sales with his name, the interest in Arsenal football club. We could fill the stadium twice over in match days!!!
    “Footballs a funny old game”

  2. I think what MA means is that when you’re talking about the best footballer of the planet (allegedly), you have to think Arsenal is in the mix because of our clubs stature. You have the best footballer available so he has to be linked with the best clubs, including us. Not that we would actually be interested (because of finances)

  3. Even on a free we would have to offer him a huge signing on fee and salary. He’s currently on £1.2m per week!!! Real Madrid are the favourites to sign him in my view and it is likely to be his preference anyway.

  4. Arsenals Are Big Enough To Sign Any Player Of Choice. Moreover They Are The Best Team In England So Far.

  5. An opportunity to win a Premier League title would be a good incentive for him to join Arsenal. With Klopp leaving Liverpool, Haaland at Man City, and Arsenal currently keeping pace with both of those two WITHOUT a proper striker, it would seem like a match made in heaven.

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