Karim Benzema, a striker for Al-Ittihad who is considering going back to Europe this winter, is someone Arsenal should approach about loaning him.
To improve their chances of winning the Premier League, the Gunners are searching for a star center-forward this month.
Ivan Toney, a striker for Brentford, has pledged to stay with the Bees until the summer, thus a move for him is unlikely given his hefty price tag.
Getafe has also ruled out the possibility of selling Borja Mayoral, and Joshua Zirkzee’s departure from Bologna may require a minimum of £50 million.
In light of Financial Fair Play, the Gunners ought to make a strong move to sign Benzema and might even favor a loan striker.
Reportedly dissatisfied with his current team, the Saudi Pro League champions, Fichajes claims that Real Madrid, Lyon, and Manchester United are all interested in taking the striker on loan.
The Frenchman, who was excellent for Real Madrid the previous season, with 31 goals and six assists in just 43 appearances, is someone the Gunners should definitely want.
After joining Al-Ittihad on a free transfer last summer, he has added 12 more goals and five assists to his total, but he is now thinking about playing football in Europe again.
Arsenal has been connected to Benzema for a long time; the team was first believed to be interested in signing him while he was still growing at Les Gones.
Since then, Arsenal and the club have been connected on multiple occasions. This could be a fantastic opportunity to sign him. It would be ideal to have a short-term arrangement that lasts until the end of the season.