Arsenal and Manchester United in Race to Sign Star Serie A Striker

Israel Oluwaseg Lawal
Arsenal and Manchester United are set to compete for the signing of Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic.

Premier League powerhouses Arsenal and Manchester United are set to engage in a transfer battle for the highly-rated Juventus striker, Dusan Vlahovic, according to Juve News.

The Red Devils, in their quest to bolster their attack, have been keeping tabs on the Serbian international, who has also been linked with a move to Old Trafford for some time now.

However, the Gunners are not far behind and are reportedly ready to make an offer for Vlahovic, with a valuation of around €70 million being rumored.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are currently enjoying a stellar campaign in the English top flight and are in contention for their first Premier League title in nearly two decades. Although the North London side signed Gabriel Jesus in the summer of 2022, the Brazilian forward has been sidelined due to injury, and Eddie Nketiah has stepped up to fill the void in his absence.

Vlahovic’s time at Juventus has been somewhat inconsistent, but he has still managed to make 17 appearances in all competitions this season, scoring 7 goals and providing 2 assists. The 23-year-old moved to the Serie A giants from Fiorentina in the winter transfer window of 2022.

As both Arsenal and United look to secure the services of the talented striker, it remains to be seen which club will win the race to sign him.

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