Dusan Vlahovic could join Arsenal as an alternative for Joao Felix

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Arsenal could sign Juventus player Dusan Vlahovic if he becomes available this transfer window. According to Italian news outlets, Arsenal and Chelsea are both interested to battle it out for Dusan Vlahovic. While Manchester United are also said to be keen to sign him. Despite of signing for Juventus last year, talks of him wanting to leave the club have already emerged. Dusan Vlahovic has been out of his usual form this season. He impressed many clubs back when he played for Fiorentina. But since then his form has deteriorated and have failed to impress the Juventus fans. Juventus are also said to have huge off-field problems with the player. According to the rumors, Arsenal and Chelsea are ready to battle it out for the player. Whereas clubs like PSG, Bayern Munich, and United all remain interested to sign the player.

Dusan Vlahovic could be an alternative signing for Arsenal after Joao Felix doubts

Dusan Vlahovic was the number-one priority for Arsenal last winter. Instead, the player chose Juventus over Arsenal. He was a top priority for the Gunners last winter and it was a huge blow for them when the signing did not go through. Although Arsenal have since then signed Gabriel Jesus as their striker. However, it seems like Arsenal could still sign Dusan Vlahovic. Though Arsenal signing the Serbian won’t make much sense. Gabriel Jesus is Arsenal’s main attacking player, who is now out because of an injury. There is no chance that Vlahovic will replace the Brazilian in the starting line-up when he returns. Though surely the Serbian is a fine striker. Vlahovic would have no proper reason to join Arsenal.

Dusan Vlahovic could also end up signing for Tottenham, as reports claim. It would be interesting to see the Serbian play in the Premier League. But until and unless a miracle happens, a January deal looks very unlikely as of now.

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