Although established and famous players are always in good demand in football transfer markets, being able to unearth a gem prospect can prove to be equally beneficial for a club over the long term.
Gunners in particular would be hoping that youth under the guidance of Mikel Arteta would be able to create a squad capable of bridging the gap between themselves and the wealthier football clubs in the Premier League.
Football transfers overall also attract a lot of attention in the betting markets world over, with people wagering money on all kinds of possibilities that emerge from it. The craze of football transfer betting is such that even punters who’ve self-excluded themselves from gambling platforms willingly go ahead and scout for gambling sites not on Gamstop. In fact, many players prefer this option of non-Gamstop websites over Gamstop ones, as it ensures betting/gambling continuity.
Let’s now go over couple of potential transfers Arsenal can push for to unearth the next Guendouzi or Martinelli for the team.
Dusan Vlahovic is a 20 year old football player from Serbia who moved from Partizan Belgrade to Fiorentina in 2017. Although his tally of 6 goals this season might appear modest to many, it’s worth noting that only two other footballers his age have managed to score more number of goals. And there is no denying the fact that he has a very strong underlying potential in him.
His 0.37 average expected goals in every 90 minutes on the football pitch matches the figures of greats like Jamie Vardy and Dries Mertens, catapulting him into the company of top 75 players in the continent. With Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang expected to leave Emirates this summer, Gunners would desperately require fresh legs in the attack.
Although everyone is hoping for Martinelli and Nketiah to step up and start regularly for the team, Vlahovic has everything in him to challenge the pair, provided he continues maintaining his development graph.
Dejan spent the initial half of 2019-20 football season playing on loan from Atalanta, his parent club in Italy. The form of the kid was so impressive that Juventus dished out €35 million to avail his services recently in January 2020. Thereafter, the club loaned the player to Parma for remaining part of the season. Although it would be extremely hard for Arsenal to lure him away from Juventus this early, it’s not impossible for Gunners to chase a loan deal, to nurture and work on the youngster at Emirates.