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Arsenal have jumped ahead of West Ham for striker Steidten flew to sign after a new Leonardo claim.

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Following a fresh Leonardo report, Arsenal outbid West Ham for the striker Steidten flew to sign.

Supporters of West Ham United are aware that there’s generally just one thing that happens when technical director Tim Steidten boards his jet. Since Steidten used the Declan Rice money from Arsenal very wisely. He was largely consider as having handled one of the best transfer windows in Premier League history.

However, some have criticized both West Ham and Arsenal for not acquiring the striker that they believe both teams need.

The Hammers made an effort.

West Ham loses to Arsenal in the race to recruit the striker Steidten wanted

Before he joined Monaco, there were rumored moves for players like Hugo Ekitike and even Folarin Balogun of Arsenal.

West Ham supporters fully anticipated that Steidten would return with Santos wonderkid Marcos Leonardo. As he boarded a plane to Brazil in order to buy a striker before the summer window deadline.

In order to sign Leonardo, Steidten did hold conversations with Santos. However, the relocation ultimately fell through. And it appears that the Gunners now have an open door.

The 20-year-old talent is reportedly still very much on West Ham’s radar in advance of the January transfer window, according to 90 Min.

However, following a fresh Leonardo allegation. Arsenal has now surpassed West Ham in the race to recruit the striker Steidten traveled to sign.

Gunners attempting to acquire Leonardo

But as they say, without fire, there is no smoke. This is unfortunate for West Ham as it appears Arsenal is genuinely considering Leonardo.

Goal in Brazil, Calciomercato in Italy The striker, who has scored 21 goals in 49 games this season across all competitions, is reportedly the subject of talks between the Gunners and other clubs, according to independent reports from football transfers in England.

However, it was insufficient to prevent Santos from being relegated, and as a result, he is apparently now only available for £12 million.

The promise of greater game time that is assured would be West Ham’s best chance to defeat Arsenal.


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