The Arsenal football club of the English premier league will be looking forward to a busy summer transfer despite the financial difficulty been face by the premier league club. The gunners are expected to make some quality signing for the back-line and the forward line as they are set to lose their Gabon international Emerick Aubameyang and also Alenxendre Lacazette this summer.
The gunners manager is eager on building a stronger team that will enable them challenge for the Premier league tittle in few seasons to come, and he’s keen on landing a quality striker that will aid the club and add more depth to the front-line.
The manager has step up his interest for Lyon number one striker Mousse Dembele, as a possible replacement for Emerick Aubameyang who may be leaving at the end of the summer.
The 23 France international has been so impressive since joining the League 1 side of Lyon, and he has established himself as their key man at the front-line. Because of his wonderful performance, the 23 years ol Frenchman has found himself on the summer shopping list for many Europe top clubs around the world. As they are all keen on getting the young talent.
The 23 years old France international was heavily linked with a move to the blues side earlier this month, but L’Equipe has claimed that the gunners have now made contact with his representatives, for a possible move to the North London club.
Arsenal could be set to lose both Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette this summer, potentially leaving them woefully short of forward options as the well experience players have may say goodbye at the end of the summer. The 23 years old former Celtic and Fulham star has been hugely impressive since joining Lyon, scoring 42 goals in 88 appearances for the club in all competitions for the league 1 side.
The early curtailment of the season in France left Lyon outside the European qualification spots, sparking talk that they would need to sell some of their top players to enable them stay financially stable.
Jean-Michel Aulas described the decision to cancel the 2019/20 campaign ‘hasty and premature’, and has called on Ligue 1 bosses to have a rethink.
However, while most other major leagues in Europe are on course to complete their seasons to avoid unwanted issues, the authorities in France are not expected to reverse the decision.