Arsenal contemplating deal for Wolfsburg forward
Arsenal and Newcastle United are both considering potential move for Wolfsburg forward Wout Weghorst this present summer’s transfer window.
In his two seasons with the German outfit, the Netherlands forward has scored 33 goals from only 66 appearances in Bundesliga.
Despite the fact that the talented forward has a deal until 2023, the financial ramifications of the coronavirus pandemic will prompt clubs settling on more business choices, instead of simply footballing ones, than expected.
As indicated by report, this has brought about Arsenal and Newcastle turning out to be competitors to sign Wout Weghorst for a fee of around £32m.
From Arsenal’s point of view, the deal may bode well, with any funds produced from the sale of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ready to be utilized on acquiring Wout Weghorst.
In the mean time, if Newcastle are taken over by a Saudi Arabia-based association, Wolfsburg forward Wout Weghorst would be viewed as a significant target after the helpless return of this season.
Arsenal need a player who could score goals, and Wout Weghorst is ideal player who could help the Gunners.