Two weeks ago The Telegraph, have reporting, Arsenal are eyeing a move to sign centre-forward Lautaro Martinez, who establish himself as one of the best forward in Europe.
The reports explain in details that the Gunners held a productive talks with Serie A Champions Inter Milan over a possibility of signing highly-rated forward Lautaro Martinez this summer.
However, negotiations over Martinez deal delay because the club recruitment team struggled to upload some fringe players with including Alexandre Lacazette, Eddie Nketiah Sead Kolasinac and Willian.
But after Mikel Arteta’s men started this campaign in a disappointing way by suffered 2-0 defeat to newly-promoted side Brentford, the club chiefs have starting find a possible way about completing the deal of Martinez alongside new head coach.
The Gunners have already strengthen their squad with three major signing, Nuno Tavares from Benfica to provide cover as well as competitions to Kieran Tierney at left-back, Ben White, who completing a sensational £50m move from Brighton seen as David Luiz replacement at the hearts of Arsenal defence.
Whilst Albert Sambi Lokonga, who joined the London club from Anderlecht, will bolster Arsenal’s options in central midfield, while a goalkeeper, creative midfielder, right-back and a centre-forward still remains priority for club recruitment team before end of this summer.
Meanwhile, former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is being linked with Mikel Arteta’s job at Arsenal.
The Gunners boss Mikel Arteta is facing heavy criticism after his side’s fell to a 2-0 defeat against Premier League new boys Brentford in their first game of the season.
And according to Italian publication Tuttosport claim, the Gunners chiefs have identified Antonio Conte as the man could replace Mikel Arteta in the Emirates hot seat.
The report in Italy adds Arsenal will also try to reunite Antonio Conte with his former Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez, who scored 17 goals in Serie A last season to help Nerazzurri claimed Serie A title.
The Italian manager left Inter at the end of last season despite leading the Nerazzurri to their first Serie A title in 11 years. He fell out with the club’s board due to disputes over transfer policy and their ambitions for the future.
Martinez, 23, netted 40 goals with additional of 19 assists in the last two seasons to help the Nerazzurri win the Serie A title and he’s exactly the type of top class player Arsenal need if they’re to get back challenging for the top four again.