Arsenal new boss Unai Emery has made a strong move in strengthening Arsenal’s leaking defence this summer with the signing of Swiss international Stephan Lichtsteiner and Greek international Sokratis Papastathopoulos (not confirmed yet), including the signing of Bayer Leverkusen goalkeeper Bernd Leno all joining this summer.
However, strengthening Arsenal for the new season does not only lies at defence, with the attacking sector also a major concern.
Arsenal should consider the signing of a new attacker to challenge the likes of Alex Iwobi, and Danny Welbeck this new season.
In light of this, reports claims Arsenal are eyeing for Real Madrid’s 3-time Champions League winner Lucas Vazquez this summer.
With Champions League football not possible for Arsenal this coming season, they would need to offer an incredible bid to lure the Spaniard to the club.
Vasquez, however, is earns over €3 million-a-year with Madrid, but if reports from Spanish outlet OK Diario bears fruit, Arsenal are “set to offer him €8 million (€153,846.15)” for his signature.
The Spaniard was mostly used as an half-time sub under former Real’s boss Zinedine Zidane last season and with regular first-team football at Arsenal, Vazquez could have a change of mind.
Although, Real’s president Florentino Perez valued Vasquez at €150 million but the Spanish outlet is reporting the Champions League winner could accept €50 million for the playmaker.