Fill the vacancy of Jesus!…Arsenal, there are only a lot of FW transfer rumors

There are numerous rumors about the transfer of the striker.

The Qatar World Cup is just around the corner. Leaving behind the group stage where there were incidents one after another, the round of 16 and quarterfinal schedules were all over. The match between England and France, which was represented by the ‘Hundred Years War’, ended with France’s victory, and Brazil and Portugal became victims of the incident and packed up. Now, Croatia and Morocco, who want to continue the blast, and Argentina and France, who want to create another story, are scheduled to hold the remaining two schedules.

At the 토토사이트 same time, European leagues are preparing to resume. As they have to start the second half of the season again from about two weeks later, European teams are calling in their players for training and also holding friendly matches like in the summer pre-season. In order to make up for the power loss that occurred during the World Cup, they also plan to recruit during the winter transfer market.

Same goes for Arsenal. Arsenal, who finished the first half in first place in the league, want to continue their good performance in the second half. But bad news happened. ‘Ace’ Gabriel Jesus suffered a long-term injury. It was confirmed that Jesus, who participated in the tournament with the Brazilian national team, was injured after the third group match against Cameroon.

The condition was quite serious. Brazilian media ‘Globo’ said, “Jesus will no longer be able to participate in the tournament. In particular, if he undergoes surgery, there is a possibility that he will be absent for three months.” Right away, Arsenal, which has a tight schedule from the end of December, has suffered a major power loss.

Eventually, reinforcement became inevitable. In response, local media claimed that Arsenal would seek to recruit strikers during the January transfer window.

As the situation is the situation, many resources are related to Arsenal. The player who has been linked the longest and most actively is Mikhailo Mudrik from Ukraine. A native of Shakhtar who has produced many outstanding players, he is playing an active role as the core of the team this season. As a result, Arsenal is constantly observing, and Shakhtar and Mudrik are also aware of the transfer theory.

Barcelona’s Ferran Torres is also on Arsenal’s transfer list. British media ‘Daily Mail’ said, “Director Arteta is considering signing Torres during the January transfer window to replace Jesus, who suffered a long-term injury.” Having stood out at Valencia, he went to Manchester City and then to Barcelona in January this year. Coach Xavi Hernandez showed high expectations enough to spend a huge amount of 55 million euros (approximately 75.7 billion won), but his performance was insignificant. So far, he has played 44 games and scored 12 goals and 7 assists, and this season he was pushed aside by Robert Lewandowski, Usman Dembele, and Rafinha to become candidates.

Joao Felix, who is rumored to have a feud with coach Diego Simeone, is also a candidate. According to the British media ‘Express’, “Felix is ​​linked to Manchester United, Chelsea, and Arsenal. Among them, Arsenal’s search for a replacement for Jesus is the most active. We have to deal with Pulisic and Hakim Ziyech first.”

In addition, many strikers who played an active part in this World Cup, such as Memphis Depay, Mehdi Taremi, and Gonzalo Hamus, are subject to transfer rumors.

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