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Arsenal seeking to sign Dejan Kulusevski from Juventus

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Arsenal has received a boost in their pursuit of signing Dejan Kulusevski.  This is because Aubameyang has received offers from both Juventus and Barcelona. Also, the Gunners sold Callum Chambers which helped them in creating space for more transfers. According to David Ornstein, Barcelona and Juventus are looking to sign Aubameyang on loan.

Arsenal has again initiated talks with Juventus to sign Dejan Kulusevski, according to Di Marzio.

Mikel Arteta is in dire need of midfielders whereas some rumours state that Tottenham Hotspurs are also looking to sign Dejan. 

Surely Arsenal would not like to lose a talented youngster to a league rival.

Why is Arsenal in need of signings , especially youngsters like Dejan Kulusevski?

Alexandre Lacazzete is Arsenal’s current striker but his current contract will expire in less than 6 months.

Barcelona and Juventus are looking to sign Aubameyang and with him out of the picture, only Nketiah is available. Unfortunately, Eddie has not shown his quality in the Premier League and also has only 6 months left on his contract.

The Gunners are also looking to go big in the transfer window after offloading many players. The club is also linked to Alexander Isak however rumours state that Arsenal will have to spend £90 million for him.

Surely the board is preparing to assemble a team full of talented youngsters. Dejan Kulusevski is not only the short term option for Arsenal but also will be useful in the long run as well.

Dejan is a very versatile player and can be useful in many roles. He has played before as an attacking midfielder or a winger on either flank. 

However, his main strength lies in playing on the right side of a midfield or a wing position. Lokonga has been struggling for Arsenal in recent weeks and Dejan Kulusevski can fill in at that position.

However, David Ornstein has reported that Tottenham has just recently joined the race and are preparing to submit their deal.

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