Arsenal and Chelsea are still being linked with Dusan Vlahovic. With the last few days left in the transfer window, the future of Dusan Vlahovic is yet to be decided. Both clubs have had a successful transfer window so far. Chelsea have signed players like Mykhaylo Mudryk and Noni Madueke. Whereas Arsenal have signed the likes of Jakub Kiwior and Leandro Trossard. Both Arsenal and Chelsea are looking to sign at least one more player before the end of the transfer window. Chelsea are actively looking to sign a new midfielder as they are lacking in that department. Arsenal on the other hand are looking for a potential striker. However, Dusan Vlahovic continues to be mentioned when both clubs are concerned.
Dusan Vlahovic is still being linked with Chelsea and Arsenal
The Juventus striker was heavily linked with Arsenal last season. But eventually, Dusan Vlahovic chose Juventus over Arsenal. The player’s time at Juventus has been through a lot of ups and downs. And with Juventus having huge off-field issues, the player could be looking to part ways with them. According to Ben Jacobs, Dusan Vlahovic is the player who fans should keep an eye out for in the summer transfer window. Chelsea are currently keeping an eye on the player. Chelsea have signed quite a number of players in the January transfer window. But as of now, they are also lacking in the number 9 position. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang have failed to live up to his expectations. And Armando Broja is set to miss out the rest of the season due to an injury. Arsenal however are still said to be interested in signing the player.
The Gunners are still willing to chase him after Dusan Vlahovic snubbed them last season. However, just after 12 months, both Arsenal and Chelsea have equal chances of signing the player. He could be an expensive move to any of these clubs. And given his abilities, the valuation is quite justified. Vlahovic could end up playing in the Premier League next season. It will be exciting to see Chelsea and Arsenal battling it out in the transfer market.
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