Arsenal are known to be looking for a new striker this summer, with Mikel Arteta keen to bolster his attacking options.
The likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are both free agents in the summer and there does not appear to be too much movement regarding contact extensions, although the latter of the pair is said to have encouraged the Gunners to make one final push to get him to commit his future.
Other reports have highlighted that Gabriel Jesus is a target for the Emirates Stadium outfit, however you could head to allvideoslots.com/cn and have a lot of fun looking for the best available sports betting bonuses in the meantime as there are a host of stars being linked.
Of course, much of this is due to the fact that Arsenal – currently – appear to be heading for a UEFA Champions League spot as they continue to improve their chances of being able to qualify for the competition by acquiring fourth in the Premier League.
And, according to a report by The Times, it seems they have renewed their interest in signing Lautaro Martinez this summer as a result of their good form.
The 24-year-old Inter Milan forward is thought to be alongside the likes of Jesus on the club’s wishlist, as is Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin.
The interest in Martinez is hardly a surprise given that he has been able to score 17 goals once again in Serie A (the same total he scored last season), taking his total to 54 goals in 132 top-flight games, as well as seven in the UEFA Champions League in the four years he has been in Italy.
Of course, there is other rumoured interest in him, with the likes of Manchester United and Atletico Madrid said to be keeping tabs. The English rivals have allegedly offered Anthony Martial as part of a swap deal, but with Martinez keen to join a club that is playing in Europe’s elite competition, it would seem a move to the Emirates is more likely than a move to Old Trafford.
A switch, though, could cost in the region of £60-70 million and whilst Tottenham were allegedly close to a deal last summer, they could also look to enter the race. However, with Harry Kane seemingly happy again, they may not look at the Argentine as closely as they once had.
It will certainly be interesting to see what happens between now and the summer, but Arsenal will know that they need to secure Champions League football before all else if they want their man.