Arsenal transfer news: Sebastien Haller swoop tipped if Dusan Vlahovic bid fails | Football | Sport


Manchester United hero Rio Ferdinand has urged Arsenal to sign West Ham reject Sebastien Haller. The striker spent 18 months at London Stadium after arriving in 2019 but failed to light up the Premier League and was shipped off to current club Ajax.

The Hammers shelled out a staggering £45million to land Haller from Eintracht Frankfurt.

The striker scored three goals in his first three games for the club and was expected to become a Premier League star.

But he finished his debut season in east London with just seven goals from 35 games as the Hammers finished a lowly 16th.

Last season, he found the back of the net just three times in 16 Premier League games.

And club chiefs had seen enough as they struck a £22m deal with Ajax in January to allow him to continue his career elsewhere.

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“I reckon Haller would be good for you lot,” the former England centre-back claimed on his FIVE YouTube channel.

During the show, Brentford forward Ivan Toney and Roma striker Tammy Abraham were also touted as possible target for the Gunners, while Ferdinand said that Arsenal were chasing Real Sociedad frontman Alexander Isak.

But it appears that Vlahovic is Arsenal’s top target, with reports suggesting the north Londoners are ready to offer mega-money for the Serbia international.

Vlahovic is another player who is enjoying an outstanding season and the 21-year-old has already banged in 16 goals in Serie A this season.

The ace is out of contract in the summer of 2023 and Fiorentina are thought to be open to selling him this month to ensure they get big bucks for the superstar.



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