Arsenal’s Transfer Talks to Sign Star are Worrying Tottenham

Arsenal FCArsenal are looking to sign a top quality out and out center forward this summer to reinforce their strike-force.

On the other hand, rivals Tottenham have already hired the services of a prolific striker by signing Vincent Janssen from AZ Alkmaar. The Dutch international scored 27 league goals for the Eredivisie side last season.

According to the Sun, Icardi’s agent traveled to London to hold talks with the Gunners over a potential move and that is worrying news for Spurs who are also looking to secure the signature of the Argentine striker.

Icardi was Serie A’s top scorer in the 2014-15 campaign. Last season, the La Albiceleste center forward netted 16 league goals for Inter Milan.

In all fairness, Tottenham do not need another striker. Pochettino plays with a lone forward 4-2-3-1 formation and Harry Kane is his first choice striker. Janssen will play as a cover striker.

As far as Arsenal are concerned, they lack a top quality goalscorer in the squad and signing someone like Icardi will solve the dilemma for Arsene Wenger.

Mauro Icardi Inter Milan

3 Responses to Arsenal’s Transfer Talks to Sign Star are Worrying Tottenham

  1. SP says:

    Spurs have never shown any interest in signing Icardi.

  2. Cincinnati says:

    sign Stephen el sharrawy for 18 million as chadli replacement.

    rose back up’s are needed. we can’t trust davies in champions League games.

    so try to buy Layvin Kurzawa (Monaco defender -lb)
    6 foot height. 23 year old man.

    he is priced around 20 million buy him by swapping chadli for 15 million to Monaco.

    please do this,

  3. Cincinnati says:

    Layvin Kurzawa (Monaco 77-85)
    The second best young left-back on the game,
    it’s only a matter of time before Kurzawa is
    another name leaving French side Monaco. He
    is an out and out left back, but with a rating of
    77, he will be one of the more expensive options
    to pick up. He does have a potential of 85
    however, so full backs with that potential will
    become more expensive as they are few and far
    between. He has high attacking and medium
    defensive work rates which is strong, as well as
    his three star weak foot and skill moves. His
    physical attributes are strong, a quick across
    the ground option with strong stamina so he
    should be able to cope with the demands of
    your game, whilst in the defensive part of the
    game, he is also strong. Seventies in the
    majority of defensive attributes (marking, both
    tackling stats, interceptions and positioning)
    show the strength of his card, whilst his
    strength is also excellent, which is good against
    wingers on the game. Going forward, he
    becomes the best crosser of the ball, rated at
    82, whilst he has strong dribbling and ball
    control going forward, as well as good passing
    attributes, both short and long. Kurzuwa will be
    an excellent option if you can pick him up,
    probably better than the next option based on
    transfer circumstances.