The Big Scoop-
Arsene Wenger has been in the hunt for an additional striker who can provide his side with the much needed goals, that would help him more major titles in the upcoming seasons. It is not that the French manager has totally stopped winning silverware, as he has shown in the past few campaigns, though the club and the fans do need that much awaited league title or hopefully a Champions League one, sooner than later.
For that purpose, the Gunners’ boss was keen to add a quality option up-front, who could give him more choice and score, right when Wenger needed him to.
With that said and done, it seems that Arsenal might have now won the race to sign Alexandre Lacazette from Ligue 1 outfit Lyon.
The 26 year old forward will be travelling to London soon, in order to complete a £52m move to Emirates, as per these claims.
It could finally mean that Wenger will solve his problems, related to establishing a top order attack, which can win him more titles.
Also, recently the president of the French side confirmed that a deal was on the cards and would happen soon, with the English giants quite desperate to add him to their squad.
The north Londoners need to get serious this season, after missing out on the Champions League in the previous campaign, which would been really sad.
Deal or no deal?
Let’s not compare Ligue 1 to the Premier League, as a start to the debate whether or not, the French international will be able to impress in England or not. The pace of football is too fast and let us not remember that injuries occur even quicker than more or less, most other leagues.
Remember Zlatan?? The God-like striker, who came from record after breaking records in France and wanted to play as much football as possible with Manchester United, as he possible could. However, unfortunately, he got injured.
Though Lacazette has age on his side and his quite fit at present, he could be a great signing for the future of the club, which has not seemed too bright under Wenger recently.
Can it revive Wenger’s league title hopes?
Though the signing would be a huge one, I still don’t see it winning us the league with this side. Our defensive line is still a total waste of individual talent, who might have played much better, if football was not a team game and always seem to mess it up.
Certain stars, who are not really dedicated to the club need to leave and there is a need to spend the money well, in order to get the best replacements possible.
However, knowing Wenger right, the Arsenal main-man will be slow and steady, in order to get more stars, which hopefully does not cost them a long list of potential targets, once again.
Whatever happens next, can be followed on our Facebook page. It is crucial to stay on track with these claims, as you never know what might happen, in the transfer window.