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‘Arsenal love him’: Arsenal is very interested in signing a £60m player and intends to rotate him with Bukayo Saka…



Arsenal is very interested in acquiring a £60m player and intends to rotate him with Bukayo Saka.


Arsenal is actively seeking to strengthen their squad this summer.


Although the north London club is already a formidable team, there are still a few key components missing that need to be addressed in order for Arsenal to have a chance at winning the Champions League.


In addition to searching for a new midfielder and striker, Arsenal is particularly interested in acquiring a right-sided player who can compete with Bukayo Saka.


During an interview on KS1TV, Steve Kay provided some valuable information regarding Arsenal’s transfer strategy for the upcoming season. According to Kay, Michael Olise is a player that Arsenal is extremely eager to secure.


Arsenal is interested in acquiring Michael Olise.


Kay has shared insights about the £60m Crystal Palace player.


“Bukayo Saka is a key player for us, but we also need someone for the right side. There’s been a lot of talk about Olise. He desires to play in the Champions League, which is appealing for Arsenal, but he also wants to be a regular starter,” Kay mentioned.


“Olise is highly regarded by Arsenal, and they would love to sign him to provide rotation with Saka. However, it may not be a perfect fit.”


Michael Olise might not be keen on joining Arsenal.


It is unlikely that Michael Olise has a strong desire to join Arsenal. Although he would bring immense talent to the team, it is doubtful that the Palace star would be interested in a move to the Emirates.


As mentioned by Kay, Olise aspires to be a regular starter wherever he goes, which is completely understandable. However, if he were to join Arsenal, he would have to share a significant amount of playing time with Bukayo Saka.


This presents a major challenge for Arsenal in their search for a new right-sided player.


They require someone who possesses exceptional talent but is also willing to accept limited minutes behind Saka. Finding a player of such caliber who is content with starting on the bench most weeks is no easy task.