Arsenal Eyeing Striker Who Can Provide Competition for Kai Havertz and Gabriel Jesus

Once again, Arsenal will scour the summer transfer market, with Mikel Arteta aiming to bolster his already dynamic squad. Of particular focus will be the forward position, as the Gunners seek a potent striker to challenge Kai Havertz and Gabriel Jesus.

Arsenal, in their ongoing pursuit of their first Premier League title since the 2003-04 season, have already begun scouting for potential strikers ahead of the transfer window.

Among the names circulating are Viktor Gyokeres, Victor Osimhen, Ivan Toney, and the surprising addition of Benjamin Sesko.

Sesko, in particular, has garnered attention with his impressive performances in recent months. His latest display came during RB Leipzig’s 1-1 draw with Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga, where he once again showcased his talent. Despite the outcome not favoring his team, the Slovenian international left his mark on the match.

His standout moment was a remarkable goal, where he capitalized on Mohamed Simakan’s setup to deliver a precise finish from the edge of the box, displaying both confidence and composure under pressure.

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This goal adds to Sesko’s remarkable run of form, having either scored or assisted in every Bundesliga match he’s started since January 27th. In just 12 games, the 20-year-old has already amassed 10 goals and provided two assists.

He exhibits significant self-confidence, catching Arteta’s attention with yet another impressive goal-scoring performance.

Benjamin Sesko

Sesko, with a reported £42 million release clause in his Leipzig contract, could emerge as a cost-effective option for Arsenal, potentially overshadowing alternatives like Osimhen.

As the Gunners aim to bolster their attacking options this summer, particularly to support Havertz, and considering Jesus’ struggles with injuries, Sesko’s prowess is becoming increasingly appealing to Arteta and Edu.

However, Arsenal’s immediate focus remains on the Premier League title race, as they vie with Manchester City, having narrowly missed out last season.

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