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Arsenal edging closer in signing £144,000-a-week superstar

According to reports from the Talksport, Arsenal lining up lucrative bid to beat Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain to the signing of Alvaro Morata by offering the Spanish striker an huge deal worth £144,000-a-week.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is in the market for a new forward after the England forward Jamie Vardy refused a move to the Emirates Stadium and instead he signed a new 4-year deal at Leicester and Morata has been strongly linked with a possible move to the Emirates.

Morata has rejoined Real Madrid after the Champions League champions activated his £23m buyback clause on his deal when the Spaniard was sold to Juventus two years ago and reportedly the Real's are now set to sell him to the highest bidders in order to make a quick profit.

Same report from Talksport goes on saying that, the north London outfits are among the clubs who’ve been credited with an interest in the Spanish international in recent weeks along with the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and the Gunners EPL rivals Chelsea FC.

However, the media outlets are citing reports coming from Spanish outlet AS which claim that Gunners are ready to win the competition by offering the 23-year-old a huge deal worth in the sum of £144,000-a-week in order to make his move to the Emirates Stadium.

Morata would make a refreshing change if Gunners were the team to flex their financial muscle to sign a player as the north Londoners are only known to be bidders.

However, if Paris Saint-Germain and the Gunners EPL rivals Chelsea FC desperately want Morata, both team can easily afford £144,000-a-week and even add a player to it.

Why, because, Chelsea have just signed Michy Batshuayi for £33m so the Blues hunt for a striker had finished but nevertheless they can’t just rely on the Belgian alone and PSG on other hand need another front-man after PSG had lost Ibrahimovic to Manchester United so they I think they could be our main competition. The lone issue is whether the Spaniard has his heart set on moving to the Premier League.

However, if that’s the case, Gunners could have a decent chance of winning lifting the Premier League title and even the Champions League with the Spaniard.

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