Transfer news involving Some players that are likely to exit their various clubs start getting pace, as the summer transfer window moves close.
A good example of the club with such players is Arsenal, with their two experienced forwards in names of Pierre Emerick Aubamenyang and Alexandre Lacazette being rumoured with an exit out of the Emirates Stadium, in the coming summer transfer.
Aubamenyang had been offered a new contract extension which he turned down, as he seeks to play Champions League games next campaign, and Lacazette has been heavily linked with a move to Atletico Madrid as a makeweight to seal a move for Arsenal summer transfer target Thomas Partey.
Arsenal who would be in need of a striker once the two players have made their exit, have reportedly identified Lyon striker Moussa Dembele as an ideal replacements for Aubamenyang, once he finalise his move out of the Emirates Stadium.
Dembele stunning form for Lyon this campaign has been reported to have attracted host of European top tiers which include Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain, but the Gunners has identified the 24 years old as a transfer target, in the upcoming summer transfer window.
Dembele has been directly involved in 29 goaks, founding the back of the net 22 times and provided seven assists in 42 games in all competitions at club level for Lyon.
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