Report – Arsenal target open to changing clubs this summer

Arsenal could sign Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the summer after he helped Everton to secure their Premier League status.

The striker remains one of the most important players in the Merseyside team and they will want to keep him.

However, he has interest from several clubs who have been following him in the last few seasons.

Arsenal is one of them, but Newcastle United also has a serious interest in his signature.

The Magpies will try to beat Mikel Arteta’s side to another signing by winning the race for his signature.

Both clubs have now been handed a boost in their bid to sign him with a report on Mirror Football claiming he is open to leaving the Toffees.

Calvert-Lewin has been with them since 2016 and he feels now is the right time for him to try a new challenge.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Calvert-Lewin had an injury-disrupted 2021/2022 season and the striker will want to put that behind him when the next campaign begins.

Despite his bad year, he is one of the finest forwards we can sign and we need more players in that position.

If he is available for a reasonable fee, we should add him to Arteta’s team while looking for another much better striker.

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  1. This would make gai’s day but would be a disaster for the club. We are already stuck with Nketien now, so having both the two slow lugs in the team would make Arsenal’s football even more tedious.

  2. When fully fit he can be a handful. However, there are a number of weaknesses in his game which would limit his effectiveness unless he improves these considerably e.g. hold-up play, passing; and there will always be concerns about fitness.

    1. Yeah, I agree.
      We need someone with class – I’d rather a player like jesus than dcl, although I think he’d be quite isolated in plenty of games due to physical limitations – we need to get better at supporting the striker as a team.
      Like the look of osimhen as he seems to be excellent at holding the ball under a lot of pressure, but can’t see it happening. Not sure who else is available..

  3. I do think we need more than just Jesus and Nketiah. Whether the third option is DCL, i’d rather not. Injury prone is just a dealbreaker for me.

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