After a successful FA Cup victory, Arsenal have turned their sights to the transfer window. Arsene Wenger is said to be looking to do business with a Real Madrid side once again.
Having bought Mesut Ozil for a record high fee for the club, Wenger is now looking to buy a wide forward from from the same city.
Goal suggest that Arsenal have sent a delegation that includes shareholder Ivan Gazidis and contract negotiator Dicky Law to Madrid in hopes of settling a contract for a mystery forward.
The man in question could be the youngster Alvaro Morata, but it's unlikely he will leave Real Madrid after winning the Champions League and getting some good playing time under his belt.
The player Wenger wants to bring to north London is supposedly a marquee talent and would cost a decent amount of money. Though Wenger has a £100 million war chest, it's doubtful he'd spend a good chunk of that on a young talent unless the player goes straight to the first team.
Still, if Ivan Gazidis and Dicky Law have been sent as part of the delegation, Arsenal must be serious about signing the mystery man.
Though the player is not necessarily associated with either of the Madrid clubs, it is said he certainly could be.
With this news having been said, Wenger's priority should remain a top-class striker that can keep us with a midfield that consists of the likes of Aaron Ramsey, Mesut Ozil, and Jack Wilshere.
Last summer that man was said to be Julian Draxler, who Arsene Wenger could've converted into a forward that could also play as a second striker. However, with Draxler set to stay in Germany, Wenger will have to set his sights elsewhere.
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