London rivals keen on beating Arsenal to sign Premier League ace

Dominic Solanke finds himself at the centre of a transfer battle between Arsenal, West Ham, and Tottenham.

The striker has been in exceptional form in the Premier League this season, netting an impressive 17 goals.

This outstanding performance places the former Liverpool and Chelsea player among the top scorers in the league this term.

While Arsenal is in pursuit of a new striker and has been monitoring several targets, including Solanke, they are not the only club eyeing the talented forward.

Solanke, who is currently with Bournemouth, is now rumoured to be on the move at the end of the season.

Given his current form, Arsenal may view him as a preferred option over Ivan Toney. However, a report from Football Insider suggests that Tottenham and West Ham are equally serious about securing his signature.

Both clubs are expected to compete vigorously with Arsenal for Solanke’s services when the transfer window reopens.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Solanke has been one of the finest strikers in the Premier League this term and deserves to play for a bigger club than Bournemouth.

However, he may not have enough experience to thrive in our team abroad and we need a striker who can also perform well in Europe.

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  1. Sokanke would be a better fit agewise than Watkins and most likely not as expensive as Isak, so yes, if we can get him, go for it.

    1. He’s scored 17 goals so far for Bournemouth, so may hit the magic 20 for the season. I don’t know what else he offers as I only ever see him against us, and just MOTD hi-lites.

      1. Hes done very well for Bournemouth. I dont see, him a top striker. There is a difference, playing for a smaller club and then stepping up. It is one season. I remember Wenger buying the second top goalscorer from the Spanish league, and he had scored againstBarcelonaand Real,that one season. Cant remember his name. Couldn’t hit a barn door for us.

  2. Put simply, I do NOT believe we are at all interested in signing Solanke.

    I consider it a false report from Football Insider

  3. He reverts back to default, if he dares to leave Andoni’s project, for a so called “better project”. He is not coming to us therefore, as Mikel won’t try to disrupt his good friend’s project.

    1. VAMOS, I agree with your conclusion but not with your reason for saying it.

      There are no friends in top level fooball, outside of teammates and when the game is there to be won, decent players and managers would “kill their own grandmother”,albeit only figuratively speaking, one hopes!

      Actually, of course there are SOME real friends, Rice and Mount being just one example, but NOT when they are opposing each other. That is the way it has to be, thankfully too.

      1. I also don’t think our recruitment rate him enough, if at all we are interested in a striker. Sorry i should’ve included that point, but i stand by my above point though.

    2. I’m not too sure about not disrupting his friends project, as that was exactly what Arteta did when he left City, and later purchased too of their players.

  4. Mikel did not disrupt Pep’s project by leaving his back room staff, as they’ve gone from strenght to strenght ever since Mikel left. He was only an assistant as was Enzo the Leicester boss, who also left on two occassions. Assistant coach value to a team barely cause disruption of any significance compared to a vital player/cog of a team. Same goes for Gabi and Oleks, who were clearly “unhappy” with their playing time and wanted out, not like he signed Pep’s vital cogs such as KDB,Rodri or Foden etc etc. Solanke is equally as vital as the city players i listed above, are to Pep’s project. Now you know, Congratulations!

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