Monday 1 August 2016

Breaking News - Reliable Journalist Confirms Lacazette & Mahrez Will Join Arsenal Soon

Imagine if Arsenal had a striker other than Welbeck and Giroud last season and a wing forward who is able to score as much as 17 goals? We will probably have won the league. Unfortunately that didn't happen but there is a massive opportunity for us to address that this summer to give ourselves a good chance of winning the Premier League next season especially as Chelsea, City and United have new managers who will need time to understand the league.

And there have been reports in both reliable and unreliable media outlets linking Arsenal to the signing of a striker and a wing forward. Both Lacazette and Mahrez have constantly been linked with a move to Arsenal. Only yesterday Skysports pundit Tony Cascarino confirmed on air that he had been reliably informed that Lacazette will become an Arsenal player this week.

Another journalist has taken to twitter to confirm Arsenal will before the end of the transfer window sign the duo of Lacazette, Mahrez and an unnamed young centre back. Daniel Cutts moments ago via twitter made this claim.
Although Daniel Cutts works of the Sun who are not known to be overly reliable, Daniel Cutts himself is however very reliable and hardly talks sh*t. He is also an Arsenal fan and should be privy to some classified insider information within the club by the virtue of being a Journalist. And considering he is not putting this on the SUN's website or in their paper, he must certainly be sure that both deals will be happening to have put it out on his personal account.

Hopefully Daniel is right. The signing of both Mahrez and Lacazette will make us serious contenders for the title. It will also enable us to be able to change the formation as much as possible. Imagine a front line that has Sanchez, Lacazette and Mahrez with Ozil doing his things behind them? That will surely scare the opposition defenders and will score tons of goals.

Such an attack may even help Ozil be able to break the long standing Thierry Henry assists Arsenal which he was unable to break last season.

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