Transfer: Arsenal To Land A 26 goals And 10 assist – Arsenal Iranian goal MACHINE From Zenit St. Petersburg

There has been a positive result for Arsenal fans concerning their transfer business this summer so far.

Reports from Russia and England shows that Arsenal Head Coach Mikel Arteta has spoken to former Arsenal player, Andrey Arshavin to gather details about Zenit St. Petersburg’s Sardar Azmoun, following Arsenal’s interest in signing the striker.

The 25-year-old wanted by Arsenal is a goal machine that will surely offer Arsenal alot of goals if he is signed this summer. Sardar Azmoun, after signing for Zenith St. Petersburg in the year 2019, in a £10m deal from Rubin Kazan has developed into a consistent performer on the pitch.

The player has scored 26 goals and has provided 10 assist after playing just 45 matches.

Because of his wonderful form, Azmoun has been linked with a move away from St. Petersburg this summer, with Arsenal, Bayer Leverkusen, AC Milan and Napoli chasing the player’s signature.

The young player is value at £22.5m by his club and Arsenal will be looking to submit a bid in that region, to be able to price the player away from Zenith St. Petersburg.

However, it has been reported that Arsenal are looking to sign Azmoun and has reportedly made contact with their former star Arshavin who currently works as one of the transfer committee members in Zenith.

The Gunners, meanwhile, are seemingly sweating over the futures of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, whose contract expires next summer, and Alexandre Lacazette, who is also being linked with a move away.

According to reports released by AREA NAPOLI, Arteta has been in contract with his former teammate Arshavin over a potential deal for the Iran international forward.

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