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Arsenal Set To Make Surprise Move For Non-League Goal Machine Andre Gray

Luton ace being watched by Wenger.

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Arsenal are said to be keeping tabs on Luton Town striker Andre Gray as he continues to set the Conference Premier Division alight this season, according to Football Direct News.

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Gray joined the Hatters from Hinckley United back in 2012, where he notched up 29 goals in 66 appearances over two years, and has since shattered that record with 41 goals in 81 games for Luton prior to the weekend.

The striker added to that record on Saturday afternoon after he netted in Luton’s encounter with Hereford.

The 22-year-old was given the opportunity to leave Luton during the January transfer window, but turned an exit down by saying that leaving the club at that stage would bee “stupid”.

However, his contract at Kenilworth Road expires at the end of next season and he has since been scouted by the Premier League giants, and Wenger could decide to make a move for him over the summer when he enters the final year of his deal.

And should Gray make the move to the Emirates this summer he would join a small group of players that have successfully made the jump from non-league to Premier League in one move.

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