23
Jun
13

Higuain Arsenal Bound?

Real Madrid's Argentinian forward Gonzalo Higuain celebrates after scoring during the Spanish league football match Real Sociedad vs Real Madrid at Anoeta stadium in San Sebastian on May 26, 2013

It has been possibly the worst kept secret in Football that Arsenal have a massive interest in taking Real Madrid’s Gonzalo Higuain to the Emirates. it has been widely reported that Arsenal representatives are expected to Jet into Madrid tomorrow for Negotiations over a fee. It has also been suggested that personal terms have been reached and a fee of around £25 million would secure the 25 year old Argentine’s signature.

 

It is no secret that last season Arsenal really needed more firepower, the club was undermanned in that position and this is surely a deal that most Gooners would welcome with open arms. Higuain has a very impressive strike rate in La Liga he is the third most successful Striker in Spain with a conversion rate that only falls short of Crisitiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

 

Since signing from River Plate in 2007 he has made 187 Appearances for the club scoring an impressive 107 times, his International Record is also impressive scoring 20 goals in 32 competitive matches.

 

The signing of Gonzalo Higuain would definitely be a strong signal of intent for the coming season and a pleasing sign for all Arsenal fans. Early signs have been good with the likes of Wayne Rooney and Maraoune Fellaini also being heavily linked with the club. It could well be a busy summer.

 

 

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