If Arsene Wenger fails to win the Premier League title this term or any other trophy, the club may find it difficult to retain their star players or even attract other world class players…
According to latest reports, Arsene Wenger is preparing an audacious move for France international Anotoine Griezmann as a potential replacement for the unsettled Alexis Sanchez.
Arsenal are sweating over Sanchez’s future at the moment, with the Chile international yet to commit to a new contract with the club after months of negotiations.
Sanchez, 28, has just 18 months left on his current contract but talks for extension have been stalled over his bogus wage demands – Wenger is now preparing for any eventuality.
According to Squawka, Arsenal could look into an ambitious move for Atletico Madrid and France forward Griezmann to fill that role up front.
Arsenal were reportedly interested in Griezmann last summer but the 25-year-old has said he’ll move to the Premier League eventually, with Manchester United as his preferred destination.
The 25-year-old has shown himself to be one of Europe’s deadliest goalscorers in recent seasons, netting 66 times in 128 appearances for Atletico.