December 17, 2023

As a possible replacement for Brentford striker Ivan Toney, Arsenal is currently focusing on Dominic Solanke of Bournemouth.


In January, Arsenal might consider bringing in a new goal scorer as Mikel Arteta pursues a Premier League championship.


Although the Gunners appear to be serious contenders for first place once more, an attacking addition made in January cannot be completely ruled out.


Ivan Toney of Brentford and Victor Osimhen of Napoli have also been connected, but Arteta and company may now want to consider a striker who is at the top of his game this season.


Dominic Solanke is currently a target for signing for Arsenal.

The Daily Star now claims that Dominic Solanke, a striker for Bournemouth, is being closely watched by Arsenal.


The Bournemouth forward received a lot of heat after scoring four goals in his first

After scoring four goals in his first 46 outings for the Cherries after joining from Liverpool in 2019, the Bournemouth striker was widely ridiculed.

Now that Solanke has blasted eight goals in 16 Premier League appearances this season, no one is laughing.

The 26-year-old is now playing some of his finest football to date, so it’s hardly surprising that Premier League teams are taking notice.

It’s been said that Solanke has impressed some at Arsenal, and if Toney can’t be bought, Arteta wants him.

Arsenal does not want to pay a hefty price, but Bournemouth, who understandably value their star striker highly, wants to pay £50 million.

Solanke, who has a contract through 2027, is reportedly of interest to Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

What was the price Liverpool got for Solanke?

The reason Bournemouth paid such a high price for Solanke’s talents is why he was so frequently made fun of in the past.


After Solanke scored just one goal in 27 games for Liverpool, the Cherries spent £19 million to acquire the player.


Many were perplexed by Bournemouth’s choice to invest a large sum of money on Solanke, who only lasted eighteen months at Liverpool.


Although it took some time to pay off, Solanke has since established himself as a top striker by scoring 58 goals in his previous 135 games for Bournemouth.


Solanke looks to be knocking on doors again, more than six years after receiving his one England cap, and he still has a chance to land a huge January move.


Former Cherries manager Gary O’Neil referred to Solanke as a “dream” center striker. Solanke is doing well and may return to London after leaving Chelsea in 2017.

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