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Arsenal keen on Victor Boniface

Arsenal face a challenging pursuit of Bayer Leverkusen’s 23-year-old striker Victor Boniface, as they seek solutions to their striking woes, according to Fichajes.

Despite Boniface’s impressive 16-goal start to the season, financial constraints and competition from other clubs, including Chelsea, may hinder Arsenal’s January move.

The Gunners’ recent struggles in finishing chances highlight their need for offensive reinforcement.

While a centre–back signing is also on Arsenal’s radar, navigating the January transfer market proves complex. Financial fair play concerns and limited options make securing a suitable striker difficult. Loan deals might be an option, but Mikel Arteta faces challenges in finding players that fit his criteria.

Speculations about potential targets like Ivan Toney persist, but financial constraints could impede such signings. Players like Victor Osimhen are linked, but contractual obligations may make deals unrealistic. Young prospects like Benjamin Sesko present long-term solutions but may not address Arsenal’s immediate needs.

Despite Boniface’s allure, a January move seems improbable, given Leverkusen’s reluctance to sell a key player mid-season. The Nigerian’s impressive form and long-term contract until 2028 make any potential deal challenging for Arsenal. The Gunners may need to explore alternative options or reconsider their approach in the upcoming transfer windows.

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