Arsenal lead City in race for striker sensation

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Arsenal are leading the race to sign Victor Moses, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is also keen on signing the Crystal Palace forward but it is though the 19-year-old would favour a move to the Gunners.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is now weighing up a move for England U19 international, who has also been monitored by Liverpool, Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Wenger is looking to invest in younger players for the future at Arsenal, and has already assembled a talented squad which includes the likes of Jack Wilshere, Fran Merida, and Aaron Ramsey.

With Robin van Persie looking likely to miss most of the season with an ankle injury Wenger is looking to buy another forward with Moses outlined as a top transfer target.

The striker looks almost certain to leave Palace in the January transfer window with the Eagles looking to cash in on the player to ease their financial problems.

Moses has been in sensational form for Palace this season, scoring six goals in the league so far.

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