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Arsenal interested in RED HOT Mexican striker who is scoring goals at ridiculous rate

Arsenal are interested in red hot Mexican striker Santiago Gimenez who has 16 goals in 13 matches this season

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The Premier League is abuzz with talks of a potential blockbuster move as Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur express serious interest in securing the services of Mexican sensation Santiago Gimenez. 

The 22-year-old Feyenoord striker has set the footballing world alight with his goal-scoring prowess, attracting the attention of major European clubs.

Gimenez’s meteoric rise to prominence has been nothing short of spectacular. His standout performances last season propelled Feyenoord to league victory, where he notched an impressive tally of 23 goals across various competitions. This season, he’s taken his game to new heights, already bagging 18 goals in just 16 appearances.

Reports from reputable sources such as French outlet L’Equipe have confirmed the keen interest from Arsenal and Tottenham in acquiring Gimenez’s services. Both clubs have been closely monitoring his progress, recognising the potential he brings to bolster their attacking line-ups.

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The allure of the Premier League presents an enticing prospect for Gimenez, who undoubtedly possesses the skill set to thrive at the highest level. A move to either Arsenal or Tottenham would mark a significant leap in his burgeoning career, with the striker poised to make a substantial impact if given the opportunity.

For Arsenal, the addition of a prolific goal scorer like Gimenez could provide the much-needed firepower alongside Gabriel Jesus, addressing their quest for consistent goal-scoring. His ability to shoulder the offensive burden could alleviate pressure on the Brazilian international and elevate Arsenal’s attacking potency.

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

The buzz surrounding Santiago Gimenez extends beyond just English clubs, with FC Barcelona acknowledging his stellar performances and considering him as an alternative to the likes of Robert Lewandowski.

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