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Arsenal and Newcastle United are keen in Wolfsburg’s towering striker Wout Weghorst

Arsenal and Newcastle United are keen in Wolfsburg's towering striker Wout Weghorst
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Arsenal and Newcastle United are among the sides keeping tabs ahead of conceivable summer deals on Wolfsburg ‘s towering striker Wout Weghorst.

The 6’5 Dutchman has scored 16 goals at home this season in the Bundesliga-behind just Robert Lewandowski, Timo Werner, and Jadon Sancho in the scoring charts of the division-adding to the 17 that he scored last season in his presentation year in Germany.

Wolfsburg is bracing themselves for considerable interest in Weghorst from all over Europe this summer, according to Bild, and they would hope to gain as near £32 m as conceivable in the event that they want to sell their striker.

That expense may be somewhat steep for Arsenal, although this summer with both Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette connected to moves away from the Emirates Stadium, Mikel Arteta may before long have the cash to play with.

While the expectation is that Aubameyang will broaden his contract past next season and focus on the club, Arsenal is making preparations for his eventual exit. Manchester United, Inter and Barcelona are all called Gabon ‘s remote suitors, and the name of Weghorst has been proposed as a potential replacement.

We will also face pressure from Newcastle, who may see £ 32 m as a pocket change if the Premier League accepts their lucrative Saudi-backed takeover.

Record marking Joelinton has been unimaginably disappointing in his first year in England, managing only four goals in 37 appearances up until this point, and finding a predictable wellspring of goals is accepted to be high on Newcastle ‘s agenda this summer.

The 27-year-old has recently talked about his ability to play in England, admitting to Goal that he especially adores the Premier League and Liverpool.

“I always discovered Liverpool exceptionally special. I despise everything gets goosebumps from ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. There are other great English clubs too, and I always loved Milan because so many Dutch played there. I am ambitious and want to excel. Maybe sooner or later play at another club, regardless of whether in Germany or in England? Be that as it may, right now it is as yet far away. I feel better and attempt to achieve the maximum here,” he said.