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Arsenal and Tottenham target was spotted at the North London Derby

Arsenal summer target who has scored 23 goals this season was spotted at the Tottenham Stadium on Sunday during the North London Derby

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Arsenal summer target who has scored 23 goals this season was spotted at the Tottenham Stadium on Sunday during the thrilling North London Derby.

Arsenal clinched a dramatic 3-2 victory over Tottenham, surging to a commanding 3-0 lead in the first half. Despite Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s own goal offering Spurs a glimmer of hope, Mikel Arteta’s side exploited their opponent’s vulnerabilities, particularly from set-piece situations.

Although Tottenham mounted a spirited comeback with goals from Cristian Romero and Heung-min Son, Arsenal ultimately clinched a crucial victory, maintaining their momentum in the Premier League title race.

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Amidst the intense showdown, Gimenez, a striker who has drawn interest from both Arsenal and Tottenham, was spotted at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Feyenoord forward documented his presence at the match through various photos and videos shared on his Instagram account.

Arsenal target Santiago Gimenez

Arsenal target Santiago Gimenez (Image credit: Getty Images)

Gimenez, whose impressive performances have piqued the curiosity of both clubs, is reportedly valued at £60 million, with Tottenham allegedly initiating talks over a potential transfer. Arsenal, too, are eyeing the 23-year-old striker as they seek to bolster their attacking options alongside Kai Havertz and Gabriel Jesus.

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Reports from credible sources such as French outlet L’Equipe have confirmed the keen interest from Arsenal and Tottenham in securing Gimenez’s services. Both clubs have closely monitored his progress, acknowledging the potential he possesses to strengthen their attacking line-ups.

Gimenez’s ascent to prominence has been nothing short of meteoric. His stellar performances last season propelled Feyenoord to league victory, where he amassed an impressive tally of 23 goals across various competitions. This season, he has elevated his game to new heights, already notching 18 goals in just 16 appearances.

The allure of the Premier League presents an enticing prospect for Gimenez, whose skill set undoubtedly equips him to thrive at the highest level.

Adding another layer to his narrative is Gimenez’s footballing lineage. Descending from a family deeply rooted in the sport, particularly through his father, Christian Gimenez, a former Mexico/Argentinian professional turned coach, the striker has football ingrained in his DNA. His journey from Cruz Azul in Liga MX to Feyenoord in the Eredivisie and Champions League has been nothing short of remarkable.

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