Arsenal have made ‘serious moves’ to buy a £100 million striker, following their Champions League horror

According to fourfourtwo, Arsenal has taken “concrete steps” to address its striker difficulties with a £100 million signing. The Gunners fell 1-0 away to Porto in the Champions League, thanks to a last-minute goal from Galeno – a moment that summed up their own troubles. Despite their domination throughout the encounter, Mikel Arteta’s team failed to register a single shot on target.

Arsenal’s recent 6-0 and 5-0 victories over West Ham United and Burnley in the Premier League have quelled speculation about the arrival of a clinical finisher. However, with another blank in Europe, Arteta may be one step closer to being his fantasy marksman in attack.

A broad view of Arsenal players looking unhappy as they thank the supporters following their defeat to FC Porto during the UEFA Champions League 2023/24 round of 16 first leg match between FC Porto and Arsenal FC at Estadio do Dragao on February 21, 2024 in Porto.

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According to Sport Italia journalist Rudy Galletti, the north Londoners are “confident” in acquiring Ivan Toney from Brentford this summer, with the Bees being valued at approximately £100 million.

Thomas Frank recently made the courageous step of stating that Toney will be leaving this summer, with the striker entering his last year of contract. Arsenal are among the favourites to sign him. Despite Galletti’s assertions, there appears to be no new developments in the story, despite Toney’s great form since rejoining the Brentford squad.

The 27-year-old has four goals in six Premier League games since returning from an 11-month ban imposed by the Football Association after being charged with 262 alleged violations of gambling legislation.

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