Premier League giants Arsenal have been in the transfer market in search of a backup for their striker Pierre Emerick Aubamenyang , should he finally make an exit out of the Emirate Stadium, as the Gabonese striker had previously turned down the Gunners offer for him to extend his contracts at the Emirates Stadium.
This has made the North London club to move down to Russian, to seek for an alternative for the Gabonese.
The North London club are reportedly planning a move to secure the services of Russian Premier League giants, Zenit St Petersburg forward as they have have identified the 22 years old as a potential transfer target, in this upcoming summer transfer window.
The 22 years old has been in a great form for Zenit St Petersburg, of which he has been directly involved in 26 goals for the Russian outfits in 45 Russian League appearances.
Sardar Azmoun has been shown interest by host of European teams, of which Napoli and West Ham United are strongly credited with an interest for the talented forward.
However, The North London clubs have been tipped as the frontrunner to secure the deal of the Iranian, given they are able to meet the £22m price tag on the player.
Arsenal are likely to face stiff competition from West Ham United and Napoli to land the signature of the 22 years old.
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