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Arsenal eye Pastore signing

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Arsenal have made an enquiry for PSG forward Javier Pastore, according to the Daily Mail. 

The Argentine only joined the Ligue 1 champions in 2011, however he has fallen out of favour in Paris, and could move before the close of the window tonight. 

The striker has yet to score this season for the French outfit, but could be the ideal signing for the Gunners as they look to improve their options in attack.

Olivier Giroud is the north London club's main striker and has started the season in extremely impressive form. 

The French international scored in Arsenal's 1-0 victory over Tottenham yesterday, but has even admitted himself that the north London club could do with adding to their attacking options.

Wenger looks set to smash the club's transfer record with the signing of Mesut Ozil and a deal for Pastore would send a clear message out to his rivals. 

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