Arsenal Plot Double Deal For Calvert-Lewin And Ollie Watkins (DETAILS)

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Arsenal is looking at the possibility of signing Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ollie Watkins ahead of 2022, MySportDab reports.

Both forwards are currently under contract with Everton and Aston Villa respectively.

The Gunners are looking to plot a move that could see them sign Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ollie Watkins who could consider making the move.

Calvert-Lewin Ollie Watkins

Arsenal who are likely to do away with Alexander Lacazette and Aubameyang are already looking at bringing in two new replacements for them.

Three Lions are pair-eyed as Lacazette and Aubameyang replacements ahead of the 2022 transfer window.

Arsenal is preparing to mount moves for England duo Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Ollie Watkins.

Mikel Arteta looks to bid farewell to Alexandre Lacazette and Aubameyang, according to reports coming from The Sun.

The Gunners are looking to replace the misfiring French and Gabonese international with a spot of domestic talent, and have eyed up the Three Lions pair as potential successors.

Everton star Calvert-Lewin is widely seen as the successor to Harry Kane as number nine for his country when the Tottenham man retires.

While Watkins earned a surprise recall this month after being looked over for Euro 2020.

Both players could cost Arsenal a lot as their clubs won’t be looking to allow them to leave for anything less than €80 million upward for each striker.

The Gunners recently went on spending spree in the summer window which them signing players with up to €150 million which included the addition of a goalkeeper.

Ben White and Aaron Ramsdale were the two major signings for them as Mikel Arteta was given the resources to bring in more players.

So far it has been paying off with their bouncing back from a poor start to the season which they have been on a winning streak recently.

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