The Gunners’ assault will most likely be considerably different this time next year. Alexandre Lacazette’s contract will almost probably expire at the conclusion of the season. Eddie Nketiah is in the same boat. And if Aubameyang stays at the Emirates, he will have less than a year remaining on his contract.
As a result, he might be sold so that the club can recuperate a portion of the £58 million they spent on Borussia Dortmund for him.
It is apparent that the north London club needs to plan for a new frontline, which they look to be doing.
They are interested in Sevilla attacker Youssef En-Nesyri, who caught Europe by storm last season.
The 24-year-old scored 18 goals in 38 LaLiga games and three braces in the Champions League.
Top Premier League clubs were put on high alert, but it was the Hammers who emerged as favorites. However, their efforts to sign him were futile.
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En-Nesyri has only been at Sevilla since January 2020.
As a result, despite the fact that his salary would be doubled if he moved to the Premier League, he was determined that he would not go.
Sevilla, on the other hand, had a different point of view. They regarded his future sale as a significant money-making opportunity. Instead, they were obliged to sell Bryan Gil to Tottenham.
The Morocco international’s contract will expire next summer after only three years. The Spanish club may take advantage of the situation while it is still possible.
Arsenal’s exit is still on the table.
Meanwhile, rumors in the media have failed to converge, with a last-ditch Arsenal exodus to Turkey still appearing to be a possibility, according to several publications.
The bulk of transfer windows have closed, while the Turkish version is still available until Wednesday night.
While that is unlikely to signify much to supporters of most English clubs, it may have an influence at Arsenal…