Eddie Nketiah may be nearing the end of his Arsenal career as the Gunners look to improve their offensive line.
Mikel Arteta’s team has relied heavily on the striker, who has been the club’s backup to Gabriel Jesus since the previous campaign.
Even though Nketiah has improved somewhat and the Gunners have given him opportunities, he is not a striker who can score up to 25 goals in a season.
With a striker with that kind of goal scoring record, Arsenal should be able to challenge for the league title and establish themselves as regular title contenders.
According to Football Transfers, they are willing to let go of Nketiah in order to bring in a top-tier goal scorer.
He has been put on the market and, according to the report, the Gunners will sell him in January for a healthy price.
Just the Arsenal viewpoint
In our opinion, Nketiah has fallen short of expectations, and it is obvious that he is not a top-tier goal scorer.
Although the striker will thrive at a smaller team, we need someone who can score more goals, which Nketiah does not have.
Although it will be simpler to sell him in the summer, maybe one club will step up to sign him in January.