Arsenal’s Golden Opportunity: ‘Courageous’ 23-Year-Old Striker wants Move to London


Moise Kean’s availability will be communicated to Mauricio Pochettino’s Chelsea and Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal during the January transfer window.

This is in line with a SportsLens report that lists the teams eager to sign the former Everton striker.

Arsenal linked with former Everton striker Moise Kean

Journalist Dean Jones of SportsLens claims that Juventus is ready to let go of Moise Kean during the January transfer window.

Kean has already received offers from Fiorentina, Monza, Rennes, and Atletico Madrid. But he wants to wait and see if he can sign with a Premier League team this month.

The former Everton striker is “very determined to investigate whether there is potential for a transfer to one of the London clubs“, according to the report.

According to Thomas Tuchel, who is currently in charge of Bayern Munich and previously has a work experience with the young striker at Paris Saint-Germain. Chelsea and Arsenal “will be made aware of the availability” of the 23-year-old Italy international striker. Tuchel describes the player as “courageous” and “does what is necessary.” SportsLens has noted this.

Reason of hesitation

In my opinion, Arsenal should not sign Moise Kean in the January transfer window.

Kean isn’t a very productive striker. Wide players like Gabriel Martinelli and Bukayo Saka are among Arsenal’s best.

Arsenal needs a striker who can contribute to the team right away. And also score crucial goals if the Gunners are to win the Premier League this year.

Kean has scored no goals or provided an assist in six starts and six substitute appearances in Serie A this season. He scored six goals in 990 minutes in the league in the last campaign.

Kean only had one truly excellent season in terms of stats. Which came in 2020–21 when he scored 13 goals in 22 Ligue 1 starts for Paris Saint-Germain.

In 32 Premier League games while at Everton, Kean has two goals and provided two assists. that’s why i think arsenal need to think about him before making any decision.

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