Arsenal set their target on Marcos Leonardo

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Arsenal have reportedly tabled a €20 million offer plus bonuses for Santos’ striker Marcos Leonardo. This is the latest news on the Gunners.

Arsenal want Marcos Leonardo

PSV Eindhoven held Arsenal to a 1-1 draw in their last UEFA Champions League group match on Tuesday, December 12, at the Philips Stadium. Eddie Nketiah gave the visitors the lead late in the first half, but Yorbe Vertessen scored for the home team to force a share of the spoils after the interval.

The Gunners are prepared to make a £17 million bid. For Santos attacker Marcos Leonardo in the meantime. Another team interested in Sporting CP striker Viktor Gyokeres is the north London side.

Arsenal makes Marcos Leonardo an offer of £17 million.
According to Fichajes, Arsenal will pay up to £17 million to get Marcos Leonardo.

In 49 appearances for Santos this season, the Brazilian attacker has tallied 21 goals and four assists. However, despite his best efforts, they are demote for the first time in their 110-year existence. It was recently announced by renowned transfer expert Fabrizio Romano that the player will depart the Brazilian team in 2024.

The Gunners are one of the teams showing interest in the 18-year-old and are will to pay a respectable amount for his services. Leonardo meets Arteta’s requirements; the player has demonstrated a liking for gifted youth players.

But, there will probably be fierce interest for his signature from the North London side.

Another one

Ben Jacobs, a transfer source, claims that Viktor Gyokeres is being closely watched by Arsenal.

With 18 appearances in all competitions, the Swedish striker has been a revelation for Sporting this season, with 15 goals and seven assists. Numerous teams around the continent, including the Gunners, have taken notice of his efforts. They also want Marcos Leonardo

In light of Gabriel Jesus’s continued difficulties, Arteta is eager to add a proven No. 9. The Brazilian has only scored twice in 11 league games this season, demonstrating a lack of offensive prowess. Eddie Nketiah, meanwhile, is not thought to be a long-term fit for the position.

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