GREAT NEWS – Arsenal On The VERGE Of Striker Signing – Not Benzema

Back to back FA cup winners, Arsenal are reportedly very keen in signing Lyon striker Clinton N’jie according to Tutto Mercatoweb. Despite the reality of facts that he only fully completed two Ligue 1 games last season. Lyon coach Hubert Courtier still regarded the 21 year old Cameroon International as key member of is side which came agonisingly close to sealing the Ligue 1 title last season. N’jei found the back of the net seven times last season and also notching up assists for an impressive seven times also which is only inferior to that of playmaker Nabil Ferkir.
The gunners have also been reportedly strongly linked‎ to the youngsters strike partner Alexandre Lacazette as far as when the transfer window was officially opened and British tabloid. The Express asserts that a certain English club have already tabled an offer for the French International which is in the region if £27m in order to secure his services for the upcoming season.
Arsene Wenger is looking at the prospect of bringing in a striker to the Emirates. One that would compete for a strikers role with French man Olivier Giroud. Arsenal are setting up to mount a credible and sustainable ‎push for the premier league title.Last season,they came third well adrift champions Chelsea  by as much as 12 points and also behind Manchester City who came second on the log. Curiously, the Gunners had the best record of the second half of the season last term. Racking a total of 13 wins in their last 19 games.
With the only arrival at the Emirates being former long term serving goalkeeper Peter CECH from Chelsea ‎,it would do a great deal for them to go for a proven striker in the market. One who has a great track record of holding the line up for is supporting cast,beeing a focal point in their attacks and most importantly banging in goals for the side.It would be presumptuous to think that the likes of Akpom and Sanogo(currently loaned out to Ajax) could lead the line in Arsenals attack and realistically push for a starting role in the team when they’ve shown flashes here and there whenever opportunities came their way.Neverthe less, a good striker with the  proven ilk is a cautious  risk to take on the long run.