With Oxlade-Chamberlain, Lucas Perez, Kieran Gibbs, and Paulista all leaving in the summer transfer window, many fans want more signings keeping in mind the end goal to reconstruct and challenge for trophies.
Arsene Wenger figured out how to convince Alexandre Lacazette and Sead Kolasinac to move to Arsenal, yet some believe it wasn’t sufficient to challenge for the 2017/18 Premier League title.
Months after the summer window hammered close, Arsenal fans might be glad to hear that the club has chosen a ‘top target’.
As indicated by Sky Sports by means of James Nalton, Napoli midfielder Jorginho, a player who’s played twice for the Italian national team, is being observed as a top target by Arsenal.
He would be viewed as the perfect fit to add that additional quality to their focal midfield choices, however, the player may have all the earmarks of being excessively critical, making it impossible to the club for them to close down his takeoff mid-season.
Xhaka has apparently been conflicting in the middle for Arsenal as of late, while Santi Cazorla keeps on struggling with injuries on the sidelines.
Known for his capacity to control an amusement with his noteworthy scope of passing and control, the Brazilian holding midfielder has turned into a key player in the base of Napoli’s midfielder under Sarri.
The 25-year-old showed up in all rivalries last term.
As indicated by Il Mattino, through Club Call, Premier League side Bournemouth tabled an eager 20 million euros offer for the Brazilian-conceived Italian in the summer, however Napoli quickly rebuked their advances.
Jorginho touched base in Naples, at first on a co-proprietorship bargain, in January 2014, after he had impressed Hellas Verona.
As we said before, he has turned into a crucial player in Napoli’s midfield and showed up in all rivalries last term.
In any case, would he suit the Premier League? Would Wenger get the best out of the Brazilian?