Wenger Has To Start His Purported Big- Spending Plot To Land £25 Million Pound- Rated Jovetic.

Arsenal have been told primary transfer target Stevan Jovetic will cost £25 million.

Stevan Jovetic, Arsenal FC Primary Transfer Target.
Stevan Jovetic, Arsenal FC Primary Transfer Target.

Arsenal have been told primary transfer target Stevan Jovetic will cost £25 million.

The Gunners had talks with Fiorentina and the Montenegro star’s representatives over a possible move to the Emirates a month ago.

Fiorentina’s asking prize for Jovetic have been considered a ploy to spark a bidding war, with Juventus also keen on landing the striker.

Arsenal, who has offered £20 million for the 23- year- old, has an alternative in Gonzalo Higuain of Real Madrid.

The Gunners have talked to Gonzalo Higuain after the Spanish club stated they wanted to sell the 25- year- old Argentine.

Arsenal will intensify their interest in Higuain if a deal for Jovetic, who has been on the club’s radar since 2011 cannot be struck.

However, Fiorentina president Andrea Della Valle has admitted: “It is very unlikely he will stay.”

“Stevan has to figure out what he wants for the future. If he is to choose something else, then it’s important we are compensated,” Valle added.

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s search for a safer goalkeeping hand has prompted Victor Valdes’ representative to sound out the North London club to see if Arsene Wenger is interested.

Valdes, Julio Cesar of Queens Park Rangers are among the goalkeepers on offer to the Gunners.

The Gunners had talks with Fiorentina and the Montenegro star’s representatives over a possible move to the Emirates a month ago.
Fiorentina’s asking prize for Jovetic have been considered a ploy to spark a bidding war, with Juventus also keen on landing the striker.
Arsenal, who has offered £20 million for the 23- year- old, has an alternative in Gonzalo Higuain of Real Madrid.
The Gunners have talked to Gonzalo Higuain after the Spanish club stated they wanted to sell the 25- year- old Argentine.
Arsenal will intensify their interest in Higuain if a deal for Jovetic, who has been on the club’s radar since 2011 cannot be struck.
However, Fiorentina president Andrea Della Valle has admitted: “It is very unlikely he will stay.”
“Stevan has to figure out what he wants for the future. If he is to choose something else, then it’s important we are compensated,” Valle added.
Meanwhile, Arsenal’s search for a safer goalkeeping hand has prompted Victor Valdes’ representative to sound out the North London club to see if Arsene Wenger is interested.
Valdes, Julio Cesar of Queens Park Rangers are among the goalkeepers on offer to the Gunners.

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