Over the summer, Arsenal strengthened weaknesses across the team with a handful of defensively focused signings. However, the Gunners may soon look a little further up field in hopes of bringing in some extra attacking fire-power to the side.
Italian newspaper La Gazzetta Dello Sport has reported that Arsenal are interested in Turkish international and Roma winger
Cengiz Ünder has scored at home in the Champions League for the first time in his career.— Squawka Football (@Squawka) 2 October 2018
Roma making up for the Real Madrid defeat. pic.twitter.com/vBnAR6Obb6
This recent attention comes as no surprise, as the Roma forward has been in fine form for a while now.
Last season he managed seven goals and provided one assist in Serie A. And so far, in all competitions, he has featured eight times; scoring two goals and claiming an impressive 4 assists.
Roma’s Turkish superhero is back at it in the Champions League pic.twitter.com/ZSl16jP0O3— B/R Football (@brfootball) 2 October 2018
Back at Arsenal, with Aaron Ramsey looking increasingly likely to leave north London, the Welshman's position may be replaced by players within the squad. The likes of Alex Iwobi,
However, Tottenham didn't make a single transfer over the summer, so their fas will be desperate to see some new blood. And Bayern Munich have been in the hunt for a winger capable of replacing either Arjen Robben or Franck Ribéry for some time now.
If Arsenal do make a move for