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‘Would be a great signing’: David Seaman reacts as Arsenal are linked with 21-goal forward

David Seaman has claimed that he would like Arsenal to sign reported target Dominic Calvert-Lewin.

According to the Telegraph, Arsenal are keeping tabs on the Everton forward.

The report explains the Gunners will try bolster their attacking options if they sell players first this summer.

Calvert-Lewin, who scored 21 goals across all competitions last season, is an exciting young striker.

The 24-year-old is a highly rated attacker because of his all-round game. For instance, he’s got he physicality and aerial ability that makes him a perfect fit for Premier League football. In contrast, he possesses a good amount of pace and has real intelligent movement as well.

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He’s currently away on international duty at Euro 2020 where he’s playing understudy to England captain Harry Kane. Therefore, the Everton star has had just one brief England cameo so far in the group stages. 

Arsenal icon Seaman has stated he would like Calvert-Lewin at the Emirates Stadium.

“That would be a great signing. You want to be attracting those kind of players,” Seaman said.

“Whether it happens, we will wait and see. With his proven goal-scoring record, why not?”

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Calvert-Lewin could elevate game at Arsenal

Calvert-Lewin was a massive goalscoring threat last season for an Everton side that were extremely attractive at times. However, he’d surely get even more chances in front of goal at Arsenal. 

Mikel Arteta’s side showed in the second half of last season they’ve got a talented squad, but that they just need to cut out the inconsistency. 

The Gunners remain a massive club, so they should try tempt Calvert-Lewin to north London.

His potential looks sky-high, and he could surely achieve more with better players around him.

In other news, Report: Liverpool will ‘reluctantly sell’ 24-year-old player if clubs match price tag, amid interest

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