Dusan Vlahovic’s transfer decision made it easier for Arsenal after leaking rival offered back-up hope – Tom Canton

Arsenal are heavily involved in the hunt to sign a striker during the January transfer window with futures for their current traditional options unclear.

Folarin Balogun has already left to join Middlesbrough on loan. Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah have only six months left on their deals and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has been stripped of Arsenal’s captain and his future involvement remains a mystery.

Arsenal are reportedly pressing to sign Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic. The 21-year-old striker is considered one of the best young strikers on the planet and football. London He understands that Edu is doing “everything he can” to try to bring the player into the club.

Fiorentina CEO Joe Barron recently gave an interview in which he said the club is waiting to hear from the Serbian striker about his decision soon.

“We expect Doosan to make a decision about his future immediately, we need an answer if he stays or wants to leave,” Barron explained.

“We asked Doosan two days ago to make a decision and publicly communicate his plan immediately.”

Should the transfer target decide to stay with Viola until the summer, Arsenal are buoyed by an intriguing revelation from one of their Premier League rivals where one of the Arsenal striker’s other targets is located.

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has reportedly been one of the other alternative options that Edu and Mikel Arteta are considering pursuing.

The striker has struggled with an injury this season, which has kept him out for most of the season. However, the problems at Everton run much deeper and two former players have hinted that the best idea would be to follow their own paths out of the club, despite their appreciation for the Toffees.

Lucas Digne joined Aston Villa and the striker posted on his Instagram page a heartfelt message that included an interesting sentence.


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What happened and some of the things that have been said about me in the last month have made me very sad. But I will not engage in a war of words with anyone.

In the comments section below, former Digne teammate Bernard responded to offer what could be more insight into the issues at the club.

“I love Everton as you do too, but unfortunately there are people who don’t want the same goal as most of them,” wrote the Brazilian, who passed away in the summer of 2020 after three seasons on Merseyside.

This ‘goal’ mentioned by Bernard could mean a lot of things, but the past few seasons for Everton have been very disappointing from a competitive point of view.

The club continues to retreat from the European places it crave, and clubs such as Villa, Leicester City and West Ham have usurped them as contenders for positions.

So, for Calvert Lewin, if he wants to see his career move in the direction of European championships and competition, moving away from the club seems the only way.

Arsenal will be able to offer this to the England international and if they fail in their pursuit of Vlahovic, they may look to take advantage of the growing turmoil at Goodison Park to steal Calvert Lewin.

Smart business and taking advantage of the misfortunes of their opponents in the Premier League is something there has never been enough of the club. Toughness will be necessary to get the club back to the top, and it could all start with the Everton striker.

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