Victor Osimhen, a longtime target of Arsenal, has stated that he wants to play in the Premier League before his career is up.
This January, a lot of discussion has focused on Arsenal acquiring a true striker to help with the team’s current scoring problems.
The squad has recently had such a dismal season; they have dropped to fourth place in the league standings after losing three straight games. Sick.
Although it is unlikely that a quality striker will arrive in north London anytime soon, they could. Osimhen has expressed his wish to play in England before hanging up his boots. He has previously been linked to the Gunners and has attracted interest from Chelsea.
Regarding playing in England, Osimhen told Sky Sports, “Of course one day, definitely, but for now, I have other plans in my career that I am looking forward to.” “So when the time comes, everyone knows.”
The striker’s new deal at Napoli expires in2026, and Arsenal supporters believe he may consider changing careers in north London. Given where the season is at and Arsenal’s budgetary constraints, it may seem like a bridge too far right now, but come summertime, things might be different.
Considering their arsenal of players, which includes Leandro Trossard, Martin Odegaard, Gabriel Jesus, Gabriel Martinelli, and Bukayo Saka, Arsenal has the fewest goals scored among the top four.
Six less goals than league leaders Liverpool have been scored by the Gunners thus far in the league.
Is Osimhen the solution to Arsenal’s goal-scoring issues? Maybe, but even though some people believe that seeing him in North London is unreal, his remarks about wanting to visit England someday may give Arsenal some optimism.