Gunners striker search
Arsenal’s injury blow over Danny Welbeck could see them heading to the transfer market in the January transfer window for a new striker.
The Gunners are today being linked with move for Roma striker Patrik Schick when the window opens.
The 22-year-old is yet to find the net this season and could be allowed to depart on a loan deal for the rest of the season.
Arsenal are thought to be looking for a short-term option with Welbeck likely to be out for the entire season and Schick fitting the bill to replace him.
Mirror Football suggests that Roma are keen on landing Aaron Ramsey who will leave the Emirates Stadium in the summer as a free agent and a deal could be done including Schick in January.
It sounds like a deal that could work for all parties.
Chelsea eye Ligue 1 star
Chelsea are thought to be working on a deal to sign the Lyon’s Nabil Fekir in the January transfer window, according to reports from France.
The 25-year-old came close to joining Liverpool during the summer in a £53m transfer but the move collapsed due to a late hitch over a medical.
The Blues were also thought to be strongly interested in the French international and they could now make their move.
L’Equipe suggest the Blues are looking for striking reinforcements with Bayern Munich also in the chase.
Maurizio Sarri has reportedly been in contract with the attacking midfielder and has promised him a key role at Stamford Bridge.
Race on for Belgian talent
Arsenal and Liverpool are both in the hunt for highly-rated Club Brugge forward Cyril Ngonge.
Mirror Football report that that the Belgian under-19 international has impressed in the UEFA Champions Youth League with four goals in four games.
His form has attracted attention of several clubs including Arsenal and Liverpool who have both watched him in recent matches.
Club Brugge are keen to keep hold of the 18-year-old as interest builds.
Liverpool eye striker
Liverpool want to sign Eintracht Frankfurt loanee Luka Jovic next summer.
Jovic is currently on loan from Benfica until the end of the season and he has impressed in Germany.
Ex-Red Star Belgrade team director Zvezdan Terzic has said that Jovic “could become the best striker in Europe”.