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Chelsea & Arsenal striker target wanted by La Liga giants

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Atletico Madrid want to bring Porto forward Jackson Martinez to La Liga this summer, reports ABola

The striker has impressed in Portugal in recent time and has attracted great interest from around Europe. 

Italian duo Juventus and Napoli have both been linked with the striker, with Chelsea and Arsenal also reportedly interested. 

Martinez has been a key man for Porto and is the leading scorer in Portugal's elite division this term. It remains to be seen as to whether Arsenal and Chelsea step up in their pursuit of the forward in the summer, but both clubs appear in need of a new striker.  

Chelsea are expected to add competition to their front line with their strikers having struggled for form and consistency this campaign. 

Meanwhile, Arsenal only really have Nicklas Bendtner as back up to Frenchman Olivier Giroud in their attacking ranks. 

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