Revealed: Arsenal ready to sell Aubameyang to fund SHOCK bid for Premier League star

Arsenal are reportedly eyeing up an ambitious transfer swoop for Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin this summer.

According to reports, the Gunners could also be ready to fund this move, which would likely cost £80million or more, by selling their own star striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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Calvert-Lewin has shone at Everton, scoring an impressive 21 goals in all competitions last season and becoming more of a regular in the England fold in the process.

Manchester United have also been linked with the 24-year-old in recent times, and it seems pretty clear that he could do a job for a bigger club.

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Dominic Calvert-Lewin is being linked with Arsenal

Arsenal struggled last season and surely need to think about bringing in an upgrade on Aubameyang after his worrying dip in form.

The Gabon international is not getting any younger, so it might be a good time to offload him and sign someone like Calvert-Lewin, whose best years are still ahead of him.

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  1. Please Kroenke, Edu and Arteta are setting Arsenal backwards because they want to protect their job by all means so if Arsenal do not sale they can’t buy how on earth you sell Aubanyang and buy Calvert Lewi Aubanyang is super star a world class player forget last season this season he will deliver Arsenal if Kroenke can not run the football business let him leave it for Daniel EK to run it, God forbid if Arteta continue the way he is going he lead Arsenal to relegation mark my word I have not seen any positive approach from him please let those that matters at Arsenal wrestle the club out of Kroenke otherwise the damage will be much

    1. on point, from day one on the way Arteta treated Ozil I have been saying Arteta has an evil agenda against Arsenal. You can’t sell Aubameyang and buy Calvert-Lewin, this is lunacy

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