Could Wenger do with another striking option?
A trio of Premiership clubs are potentially lining up a bid for Milan misfit Klass-Jan Huntelaar, according to reports.
The Dutchman was the Rossoneri’s big summer signing, but has struggled to adapt to Italy and Serie A since leaving Real Madrid.
Now, according to sources in Italy, three English outfits are pondering an offer for the Dutch international.
Tottenham, Manchester United and Birmingham are all being associated with a swoop of about £13m.
Huntelaar had an outstanding scoring record in his homeland, especially during a spell with Dutch giants Ajax.
However, a January move to Real didn’t work out and he was shipped out in the summer after being deemed as surplus to requirements. (Football Italia)
Arsenal linked with Dutchman before he opted for AC Milan move.
Arsenal are ready to fight Tottenham for the signature of Klaas-Jan Huntelaar after the Dutch international passed up the chance of signing for Stuttgart in favour of the Premier League. (Daily Telegraph)
There is no denying that Arsenal need no help in the goalscoring department as such but perhaps they could be tempted by making a move for another striker given that a great percentage of their current goals tally come from their midfield and who wouldn’t want to see RVP alongside his compatriot in a Gunners shirt?
Klaas Jan Huntelaar has had a bad time of it at the San Siro and is yet to score for the club and now finds himself further down the pecking order wondering why he ever left Ajax at all.
Arsene Wenger is known to be a fan of the former Real Madrid forward and given that AC Milan are reportedly in some financial difficulty (which seems amazing given the £56m they got for Kaka in the summer) perhaps the Emirates outfit could put in a sneaky bid to add even more meat to their attack.