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Arsenal to enter into talks for the signing of a forward valued at £50m.



Arsenal is set to initiate negotiations for the acquisition of a £50m forward, as per reports. The player in question has made the decision to join the club.


Arsenal to discuss potential transfer with Santiago Gimenez


According to the Record, Arsenal is planning to have discussions with Santiago Gimenez regarding a possible transfer this summer.


The striker has expressed his desire to depart Feyenoord, prompting the talks with the Gunners.


Mikel Arteta is looking to bolster his squad for the upcoming season, with a focus on acquiring a new clinical striker.


Arsenal currently lead the Premier League in goals scored this season, yet they lack a prolific striker capable of netting 20+ league goals annually. As a result, Arteta is under pressure to address this deficiency during the upcoming summer transfer window.


Various players have been rumored to be on Arsenal’s radar, including Alexander Isak, Viktor Gyokeres, Victor Osimhen, and Ivan Toney.


In addition to these names, Gimenez has emerged as a potential target for the Gunners, indicating their growing interest in the Mexican forward.


Alejandro Gomez, a journalist from Record, has reported that Gimenez has made up his mind about leaving Feyenoord in the summer and is now planning to initiate discussions with Arsenal regarding a potential transfer.


However, according to the report, the 23-year-old has multiple options and will also hold talks with Juventus and Atletico Madrid before finalizing his decision on which club to join.


Gomez stated that Gimenez believes his time at Feyenoord has come to an end and is prepared to establish contact with these three prestigious institutions. While there is no clear frontrunner among the clubs, each has shown varying levels of interest.


These are not mere speculations, and Gimenez will ultimately have to choose between Arsenal, Juventus, and Atletico Madrid.


Gimenez has been a standout player for Feyenoord since the previous season, showcasing his skills with 26 goals and 6 assists in various competitions this season.


His impressive performance has established him as one of the most lethal strikers in Europe. Arsenal stands to gain from his addition, as he would provide a reliable goal-scoring option.


At just 23 years old, Gimenez could secure the major transfer he desires. However, Arsenal faces stiff competition from Juventus and Atletico Madrid, and Feyenoord’s hefty price tag of £87 million for the player means the Gunners must be prepared to make a significant investment to secure his services.