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REPORTS: Arsenal prepare transfer move for 24-year-old striker next year

Without any doubts, Arsenal football club are keen on achieving more success under the management of Mikel Arteta and have splashed the cash to sign some players during the summer.

The North London club are hellbent on competing with the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea this season and have added the likes of Martin Odegaard and Ben White to improve their squad.

However, that has not quite worked out well so far as the Gunners are currently in 13th position on the Premier League table ahead of their match against Crystal Palace at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow.

And due to their disappointing start to the season, Arsenal are already planning ahead and have been linked with a move for Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

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

The experienced centre-forward had an impressive 2020/2021 season where he made 39 appearances in all competitions, scoring 21 goals and providing five assists in total.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin has also started the 2021/2022 season on a bright note and has scored three goals in three appearances despite suffering an injury.

Due to his excellent performances in front of goal, Dominic Calvert-Lewin has attracted interest from a number of clubs and according to reports from The Sun, Arsenal are keen on bringing him to the Emirates Stadium.

The reports further claimed that Arsenal are impressed with his abilities and have made him their number one transfer target when the transfer window opens next year.

That said, it remains to be seen if Dominic Calvert-Lewin keep on staying at Everton or will be interested in a move away to Arsenal next year.

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