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Reports in the German press claim that Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko is being lined up by Arsenal to replace Emmanuel Adebayor as the Togo striker edges closer to a move to AC Milan.
Speaking earlier in the season, Arsenal first team coach Boro Primorac told German sports magazine Kicker that the Emirates outfit were keeping close tabs on Dzeko’s impressive form.
“We [will] keep our eyes on him,” Primorac is quoted as saying.
“He is a striker able to make it in the Premier League.”
The Souce: (24hoursport.co.uk)
Edin Dzeko is on fire right now and is being chased by just about every major club in Europe. It appears Arsene Wenger is hot on his heels and has been sending scouts to watch him at every opportunity as he considers his options ahead of a certain departure of Emmanuel Adebayor.
Wolfsburg’s Bosnian shares similar attributes to the Togolese man. He is big and rangy but also smart on the ball and able to withstand the physical pressures of the Premier League game and apparently the chances of the striker leaving the soon to be crowned Bundesliga champions are very high as the club is set to let their manager Felix Magath leave for Schalke.
Edin Dzeko to Arsenal: A distinct possibility.