Reports have emerged regarding Arsenal setting their sights on Paraguayan forward, Antonio Sanabria.
- Arsenal are reportedly gearing up to table a €25m bid for Torino’s striker, Antonio Sanabria.
- Other major Italian clubs, namely Milan, Napoli, and Lazio, also show interest in the Paraguayan forward.
- Sanabria boasts an decent record this season, netting 12 goals in 34 appearances for Torino.
A rumoured €25m bid signals the Gunners’ intent to beef up their attacking line, indicating that Torino’s talented frontman is firmly on their radar.
Sanabria, currently plying his trade for Torino in Serie A, has shown promising form this season.
His tally of 12 goals in 34 appearances is a testament to his talent and consistency, apparently making him a hot prospect for clubs seeking firepower upfront.
Notably, Arsenal aren’t the only club expressing interest in this promising young striker.
Italian heavyweights Milan, Napoli, and Lazio are also said to be eyeing the Paraguayan.
However, Arsenal’s bid, as quoted by the Daily Mail, shows serious intent that may sway the balance in their favour.
Despite this, it remains to be seen how Torino’s President, Urbano Cairo, responds to the proposed deal.
Given Sanabria’s impressive form and increasing interest from multiple top-tier clubs, convincing Cairo to part with his prized striker may prove a tough nut to crack for the London club.
In the grand scheme of things, if the transfer goes through, it would mark a significant step in Arsenal’s bid to bolster their forward line.
With the summer transfer window just around the corner, Gunners’ fans wait with bated breath to see if Sanabria, or any new forward, will be wearing the red and white come next season.