Hat-trick hero urged to join Arsenal (who he supported)

Sections of Arsenal’s fans are urging Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin to join our club before the transfer window closes on Monday.

The 23 year-old has hit the ground running this season, scoring his second hat-trick of the campaign yesterday, and now our fans are calling for him to make the move to North London.

Some eagle-eyed social media fans have spotted that he once tweeted his support for club, posting:’#COYG’ (Come On You Gunners) onto his Twitter back in 2013 ahead of their clash with Bayern Munich.

This has left some convinced that he has a soft-spot for our club, and could possibly be a boyhood fan, that would jump at the opportunity to join.

Alexandre Lacazette has started the season well however, scoring three goals in his three appearances, and looks likely to stay regardless of what the fans want currently.

With only until Monday to sort out their remaining transfer business, and with a midfielder high on their wishlist at present, I would be shocked to see any incomings for other areas.

We are believed to be working on exits also, and many reports claim we need to finalise some outgoings before splashing out on a new midfielder, with Thomas Partey and Houssem Aouar most strongly linked.

The DailyMail believes we are working on selling Sead Kolasinac and Lucas Torreira, and will reinvest those incomings to land one of our midfield targets.

Unless a big offer comes in for the singing of Lacazette before the window shuts, I do not expect any movement up front for our side this month.

Would Calvert-Lewin fit in with our current crop? Should Arsenal consider him in future windows?


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  1. LMAO, well I believe he is happy at the toffees and also where do you think we would get the £80m + to sign him because that would be how much Everton would demand.

  2. You lot make me laarf!
    Why would he want to leave an up and coming club/team and sign for the great pretenders Arsenal! Just cause he tweeted a good luck message to you against Munich.
    Shabby journalism IMO

  3. maybe next summer. His price just tripled tho and we all know it. Young English forward that isnt bad starts at 70mill.

  4. Is anyone taking this article seriously?
    Ask yourselves why :

    would Everton want to sell him – need to sell him – have to sell him?

    How would The Arsenal find the money – want to buy a forward when the midfield is the top priority – buy him because he supposedly supports the club?

    A total waste of time even suggesting this might be a topic of discussion… just my opinion of course.

    1. I agree ken and also wonder why would come to us when Everton have started so strong and he is obviously enjoying his time there?

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