BREAKING NEWS: Live from Emirates, Arsenal finally agrees to a £50 million agreement to sign Bundesliga star striker as a replacement for Gabriel Jesus. According to sources, Arsenal has been connected with the Bundesliga star for months, and the most recent claims indicate that they have finally reached an agreement to sign him this summer.

Benjamin Sesko is reportedly favoring a move to Arsenal this summer. The RB Leipzig striker has caught the attention of multiple clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea, and Manchester United, as well as several Italian teams.

However, Arsenal seems to be the frontrunner for the £45 million-rated forward, with the Slovenian international preferring a move to the Emirates Stadium despite the fierce competition in the transfer market.

This news comes as a significant boost for Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, who is looking to sign a young striker to complement Kai Havertz, who had an impressive season for the Gunners.

Sesko’s agent, Elvis Basanovic, has been spotted at Arsenal matches this season, further indicating the player’s interest in the club. Sesko, who will turn 21 on Friday, is seen as an ideal fit for Arsenal’s squad.

Although Sesko has only been with RB Leipzig for a year, the club is open to selling him this summer if a suitable deal can be reached.

Sesko joined the Red Bull network in 2019 when he signed with Red Bull Salzburg. His strong goal-scoring record and towering height of 6ft 5in make him a standout talent.

He is also part of Slovenia’s squad for the upcoming Euros, where they will face England in the group stages in Germany this summer.

Arsenal has been keeping a close eye on Sesko throughout the season, though he is not their only target. The Gunners have also shown interest in Ajax’s Brian Bobbey and Brighton’s Evan Ferguson.

However, they have ruled out Brentford’s Ivan Toney and Newcastle’s Alexander Isak as potential signings.

While Arsenal is not planning to sign a major superstar this summer, they are in the market for a promising No. 9 and a winger. Additionally, they might look to add a midfielder if Thomas Partey leaves the club.

Although Arsenal will have funds available for new signings, they are also expecting some departures.

Possible exits include Aaron Ramsdale, Eddie Nketiah, Reiss Nelson, and Emile Smith Rowe. Bayern Munich is reportedly monitoring Oleksandr Zinchenko as well.

This strategic approach suggests that Arsenal is focusing on building a balanced and youthful squad that can grow together, aiming for sustainable success in the upcoming seasons.

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