Arsenal are already looking forward and are now trying to find a replacement for their misfiring striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang as they want to sign a younger, more hungry striker who can lead the line for them starting from next season. Aubameyang has had a difficult time trying to rediscover his goal scoring touch and his best form since signing a new contract extension at the Emirates Stadium a couple of months ago and after being very patient for too long, manager Mikel Arteta and the club’s board and fans are said to have lost patience in the Ganon international striker. French’s triker Alexandre Lacazette is also not helping matters and he’s also been misfiring recently.

The two strikers have been tipped to leave the north London club and look for another clubs but after not doing so in the summer, they could be doing so in January. A couple of players were allowed to leave the club in the summer and David Luiz and Willian were the two big-name players that were allowed to leave as they were deemed surplus to requirements by Arteta. It’s been particularly hard to let go of Aubameyang and Lacazette because no club has come to inquire about signing them and a huge issue for any club willing to sign them would be their wage demands.

Arse am are looking to continue their new philosophy and transfer strategy of recruiting young players as they will try to sign Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri in the January winter transfer window. The 24-year-old striker is a key player at Sevilla and it will have to take a lot of convincing from Arsenal before they can sign him.

The Moroccan international star is seen as a long-term player at Arsenal and has been said to be the ideal replacement for Aubameyang as well.

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