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REPORTS: Arsenal are still very much hopeful of convincing their striker to sign a new contract

As soon as the summer transfer window opens, Arsenal football club will want to improve their current team by bringing in new players. There are no doubts about it! 

Nuno Tavares, Albert Sambi Lokonga, Aaron Ramsdale, and Martin Odegaard all signed for Arsenal last summer. So far, the 2021/2022 season has been a little mixed for the Gunners. 


In January, the North London club let Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang go, Calum Chambers go, and Sead Kolasinac leave. The club is very aware that they need to make some deals in the summer, too. 


When it comes to reports about Eddie Nketiah, Arsenal is very optimistic that they can get him to sign a new deal before the season is over. 


There has been a lot of success for the England international, who was called up to the Arsenal first-team squad in 2019. He has been a big part of the team in the past. 


The young striker played a lot for Arsenal in the 2020/2021 season. He scored six goals and made one assist in 30 appearances in all competitions. 


Eddie Nketiah has also been very important for Arsenal so far this 2021/2022 season. In 22 games, he has scored seven goals and made one assist. 


Reports from the Daily Mail say that Arsenal want Eddie Nketiah to sign a new contract. That's why he has less than three months left on his contract with the club. 


There were even more claims in the reports that Arsenal still care about the young striker Eddie Nketiah. They are very optimistic that they can get him to sign a new deal before the end of the season. 


There's still no word on whether Eddie Nketiah will change his mind and sign another contract at Arsenal or he will leave the club as a free agent when his contract runs out next summer.

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