Emirates Stadium side target top quality attacking duo.
Arsenal are said to be looking to bolster their attack with a move for a pair of Spanish internationals according to Sports Direct News.
With Arsene Wenger relying heavily on Olivier Giroud as his chief striking weapon, with Theo Walcott and Lukas Podolski having missed much of the campaign with injury, it’s no surprise that the Gunners boss would be looking to strengthen his attack.
Arsenal are one of a trio of Premier League sides said to be interest in Juventus forward Fernando Llorente following the former Athletic Bilbao man’s uncertain start to life in Turin.
The 28 year old forward took a while to get into gear since moving to Italy in the summer but has scored goals against Real Madrid in both Juventus’s encounters with the Spanish giants as well as netting in the club’s impressive 3-0 win over Napoli.
Wenger has also set his sights on versatile Barcelona attacker Pedro who is said to be unhappy with his limited role in the Nou Camp attack.
The Tenerife born forward, who can play out wide or in a central striking role, has seen the arrival of Neymar and the excellent form shown by Alexis Sanchez severely limit his involvement in Gerardo Martino’s first team set-up with the 25 year old starting just one of Barcelona’s four Champions League fixtures this season.