Youssef En-Nesyri (Sevilla)
After attracting attention with Morocco at the 2022 World Cup, he became widely known and became a realistic target for the Gunners.
The 26-year-old excels in aerial situations, but he still has enough speed to exploit gaps in the opponent’s defense, and like most stars from the continent, En-Nesyri ensure the necessary physical foundation to adapt to the Premier League environment.
However, this striker will not contribute much to the overall play like the way Gabriel Jesus is showing. Besides, En-Nesyri is also having some problems this season in the context of Sevilla’s entire team plummeting. He only has 9 goals in 25 appearances this current season.
Benjamin Sesko (RB Leipzig)
Once known as ‘the second Erling Haaland’, Benjamin Sesko is struggling to find a starting position this season since RB Leipzig successfully recruited Lois Openda.
However, the 20-year-old player is still highly appreciated by experts. The Slovenian striker scored 16 goals in 30 appearances in the national championship last season.
As mentioned, he has many similarities with Man City’s number one striker, from his height (1.94m), incredible speed and the ability to handle the ball quite well with one touch.
Serhou Guirassy (VfB Stuttgart)
VfB Stuttgart is on its way to recreating the Leicester City 2016 fairy tale when they are 8 points behind top team Leverkusen, just six months after overcoming the relegation play-off round.
One of the reasons for their spectacular transformation is Serhou Guirassy, the star who scored 17 goals in 14 matches, ranking 2nd in the Bundesliga top scorer list (4 goals less than Harry Kane). .
Guirassy is ambidextrous, has the ability to maneuver in narrow spaces, and possesses good speed and aerial combat ability. More worth mentioning, he possesses a goal conversion rate of up to 41%, a factor that may help Arsenal completely solve their headache.
It is known that Guirassy’s contract release clause is only about 15 million pounds. Therefore, this will be a deal worth trying for the Gunners.
Gabriel Barbosa (Flamengo)
Gabriel Barbosa sought to assert himself on the European playground when he joined Benfica and Inter Milan from 2016-2018, but he failed.
However, his time playing in a top football environment has given the Samba striker valuable lessons. Therefore, when returning to his hometown to compete, Barbosa continuously attracted attention from professionals.
Since joining Flamengo in 2020, ‘Gabigol’ contributed a total of 141 goals in 253 matches.
He also possesses a similar playing style to his compatriot Jesus when he often drops back to the midfield to participate in the running of the play. Barbosa has a fee of around £20 million, so the Gunners can move forward with the deal without worrying about violating FFP rules.
Truong Son | 18:59 December 30, 2023