Arsene Wenger linked with moves to bring seven Premier League targets to the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal are considering a summer swoop for Sunderland forward Stephane Sessegnon.
The Benin ace has flourished at the Stadium of Light under Martin O’Neill, scoring five goals since the turn of the year.
SOURCE: Daily Mail
The 27 year old Benin international is in the form of his life and has become a hugely important player at the Stadium of Light and Martin O’Neill would be loath to lose a player who so ably links midfield and attack but one wonders if the former PSG man would be able to refuse the advances of Arsene Wenger and a move to a side that can offer him Champions League football.
Perhaps Wenger sees Sessegnon as a potential replacement for Samir Nasri, a creative floating talent who can make things happen, weigh in with goals and assists in abundance.
The Sunderland man wouldn’t cost a great deal and is a player very much of the Wenger-style mould. Namely he is comfortable on the ball, adaptable and able to fashion chances out of nothing.