Transfer market: Arsenal places 3 promising strikers in its short list

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With the uncertain futures of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, the Gunners’ attack is likely to be changed. And if Dusan Vlahovic is the priority of Londoners, they have already drawn up a list of alternatives.

The face of Arsenal’s attack will change. Fallen captain of the Gunners, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is no longer popular at the Emirates and today, Londoners are clearly open to a departure. But the Gabonese is not the only one. Free from any contract next June, Alexandre Lacazette should also pack up.

Unsurprisingly, the Gunners are therefore working behind the scenes to strengthen their offensive sector. For several days, the Serbian from Fiorentina, Dusan Vlahovic, has been announced as Mikel Arteta’s priority. But the Viola player is expensive. At least 70 M €. Not to mention the many competitors. A file not easy therefore.

3 attractive tracks

According to Mirror, Arsenal has however drawn up a short list with three alternatives. The first option leads to Lille. Author of 12 goals in 19 Ligue 1 matches, Jonathan David (21) has had an excellent season. Linked to the Mastiffs until 2025, the Canadian will be one of the hosts of the next transfer window since his agent announced that his protégé was playing his last season in France. Lille will logically hope to recover at least its initial stake (€ 32 million).

Key player for Real Sociedad and the renewal of the Swedish national team, Alexander Isak (22) is the second name mentioned. The Scandinavian is under contract until 2026. Juventus and Manchester United are also in his footsteps. Finally, the last track leads to Dominic Calvert-Lewin (24). Returning to the pitch after a long absence, the Englishman has become one of the attractions of British football over the past two years. Tied to the Toffees until 2025, he will not make old bones at a club like Everton, unable to climb to the top of the Premier League.

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