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REPORTS: Arsenal put 24-year-old striker on transfer list as they aim to replace Alexandre Lacazette

Arsenal football club were undoubtedly one of the few busy Premier League clubs during the just concluded summer transfer window.

The North London club are keen on competing with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea for more trophies this season and have sealed the signings of several players including Ben White to bolster their squad.

However, with those signings, the Gunners have endured a rather difficult start to the season and are currently sitted in 11th position on the Premier League table after playing seven matches so far.

In addition to that, Arsenal have also scored just five goals in the Premier League this season and must be looking to improve their attacking options when the transfer window opens next year.

And if reports are anything to go by, then Arsenal are interested in signing Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin as they seek to replace misfiring striker Alexandre Lacazette.

The 24-year-old England International, who joined Everton from Sheffield United in 2016 has been an important member of the Everton first team since he made the move.

The young forward was particularly impressive for Everton last season where he scored 21 goals and provided five assists in 39 appearances in all competitions.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has started the 2021/2022 season on a very good note as well, scoring three goals in three Premier league appearances so far.

His impressive displays in front of goal in believed to have caught the attention of Arsenal and according to reports from The Sun, the Gunners have added him to their transfer wishlist.

The Emirates side want to solve their goalscoring problems and view Dominic Calvert-Lewin as a needed addition to the squad when the transfer window opens.

That said, reports from The Sun also claimed that the Gunners are assessing their options and have also added Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins to their transfer list.

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