Arsenal submits a strong bid for a Bundesliga player, as Fulham jump into the lead for Gunners striker.

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Arsenal submits a strong bid for a Bundesliga player, as Fulham jump into the lead for Gunners striker.

This summer, as Mikel Arteta looks to assemble a team capable of defeating Manchester City to win the Premier League, Arsenal will be searching for a new striker.

A significant offer is reportedly on the table for one striking target, while a well-liked squad member’s departure is becoming closer.

The club holds Benjamin Sesko in high regard, and from what we’ve heard, an offer is on the table that the Gunners hope will persuade the forward to choose them over their competitors.

Sesko, who is also being pursued by Chelsea, is reportedly “impressed” by the project at the Emirates and is taking his time weighing all the offers.

The gifted 20-year-old signed with Leipzig last summer and has already made 42 appearances for the German team, tallying an amazing 18 goals.

He is expected to depart the team this summer. Eddie Nketiah’s prospects of earning a starting spot in the squad would be severely damaged by his presence at Arsenal.

Fulham is in the lead in the Eddie Nketiah contest.

It’s clear that Fulham has Nketiah at the top of their summer wish list. Talks about a deal involving the Arsenal striker are “ongoing,” and an official offer is “prepared.”

In order to position him to lead the line at Craven Cottage in the upcoming campaign, Marco Silva and his group have been working hard to promote the idea that he will be their starting striker.

According to sources, the 25-year-old is thinking over his choices and understands that, despite having a close relationship with Mikel Arteta, he must move on for the benefit of his career.

Despite making it plain that he won’t be the key man for the Gunners, the Spanish manager has a great relationship with the forward and would be pleased to see him stay in the team.

Everton has also considered Nketiah, but as a result of the club’s ownership uncertainties and the departure of important players, there hasn’t been any significant progress in that regard as of yet.

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