Arsenal might go for Moise Keane in pursuit of a striker


Arsenal and Chelsea are ready to be informing about the availability of Moise Kean in the January transfer window. This information comes from a report in SportsLens, which identifies the clubs expressing interest. That is in securing the services of the former Everton striker.

Journalist Dean Jones as per reports indicates that Juventus is preparing to let Moise Kean go in the January transfer window. Meanwhile, the player is reportedly holding out to see if he can secure a move to a Premier League club this month.

According to SportsLens, Chelsea and Arsenal are cautious of the availability of Moise Kean, the 23-year-old Italian international striker. Thomas Tuchel, now in charge of Bayern Munich, described Kean as a very effective player. Tuchel previously worked with Kean during their time at Paris Saint-Germain.

Will Arsenal pursue the signing of Moise Kean?

There is a suggestion that Arsenal may not pursue the signing of Moise Kean in the January transfer window. The reasoning includes Kean not being a prolific striker. Coupled with Arsenal already having high quality wide players like Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli already in the team.

Arsenal’s current need is a striker who can increase the team’s goal scoring abilities immediately. They are in search of someone who can guarantee sure goals hence increasing their chances of lifting the league title.

Moise Kean’s recent statistics reveal that he has not been scoring any goals or provided an assist in recent Serie A matches. In the previous campaign, he scored six goals in 990 minutes in the league. Kean’s most productive season in terms of numbers was in 2020-21 when he scored 13 goals in 22 Ligue 1 starts for Paris Saint-Germain. During his time at Everton, Kean scored two goals and provided two assists in 32 Premier League matches.

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