Red Bull Salzburg striker and Europa League top scorer Moanes Dabour was snapped at the Emirates Stadium wearing an Arsenal scarf over the weekend before the game against Burnley.

Salzburg's Israeli striker Moanes Dabour (L) vies with Celtic's Australian midfielder Tom Rogic during the UEFA Europa League group B football match between Celtic and Salzburg at Celtic Park stadium in Glasgow, Scotland on December 13, 2018. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN / AFP / Getty Images)
Salzburg’s Israeli striker Moanes Dabour (L) vies with Celtic’s Australian midfielder Tom Rogic during the UEFA Europa League group B football match between Celtic and Salzburg at Celtic Park stadium in Glasgow, Scotland on December 13, 2018. (Photo by ANDY BUCHANAN / AFP / Getty Images)

As Arsenal prepared for their Premier League clash last Saturday, they had a surprise guest in Moanes Dabour, who came to support the Gunners in their search for three points. Dabour was wearing an Arsenal scarf, and he happily took pictures alongside fans before heading into the stadium.

The Red Bull Salzburg striker is in fantastic form so far this season. As mentioned, he’s the top scorer in the Europa League, with six goals. However, his numbers in all competitions are even more impressive, with 20 goals and six assists in 30 games this season.

Four of those goals came in Champions League qualifying, but despite his efforts, Salzburg still crashed out on away goals. Dabour’s head didn’t drop though, and he helped his side to six wins in six in the Europa League group stages.

With the long-term injuries to Danny Welbeck and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, as well as Unai Emery’s recent decision to use Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette together, Arsenal are running a bit short of backup options in forward areas. Perhaps they should consider a move for the Israel international in January. It certainly seems like they wouldn’t have any trouble convincing him.

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