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Arsenal plan shocking £25m Moussa Dembele move


The opening of the transfer window for the season has arrived. Indeed, even with the mid year window holding off on opening until the 9th ofJune, the Gunners and Mikel Arteta are now well in progress with their arrangements to redo their weak team as interests are on Moussa Dembele.

Not the previous midfielder of Tottenham, it merits adding, who on his day was a colossally underestimated player, yet rather a previous Bhoy who has not had the best of times over in La Liga with Atletico Madrid, a club notable to Arsenal following their past summer business.

Quality strikers at a decent age and with great family are difficult to find. Because of that, Moussa Dembele’s name has been connected with each club looking for another No. 9, be it Chelsea or Manchester United, who have been looking for a CF lately.

Since moving from Celtic to Lyon in 2018 the 24-year-old has been among the objectives in Ligue 1, netting 20 in all rivalries in his presentation mission and following that up with 24 of every 2019/20.

The Gunners plan shock £25m Moussa Dembele move from Lyon in summer window

Everything turned sour for Dembele this season, tracking down the rear of the net only once in 16 trips at Lyon prior to joining Atletico Madrid on loan for a six-month period in the colder time of year.

A series of wounds and absence of structure has limited him to only six trips with Los Rojiblancos, during which time he’s yet to enlist a solitary objective.

According to The Telegraph, Arsenal are weighing up their choices in advance this late spring with Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah set to leave which has turned their considerations to the Frenchman. The Gunners have investigated his accessibility with his credit spell in Spain because of end toward the finish of the period and Atletico improbable to initiate the £30m discharge proviso given his non-existent objective return.

Lyon, similarly as with all first class French clubs, have been hit hard by the TV permitting issues with Mediapro’s underlying €3.25bn payout more than four seasons enduring only four months and no purchaser found for the TV rights since. Ligue 1 will be a chasing ground for sides across Europe and Les Gones’ £25m valuation could even have some squirm room.

Are Arsenal option to take this action or would it be a good idea for them to take a gander at different alternatives? The report adds there are more in sight.

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