Manchester City have been asked to sign Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Obamaing if they do not unload the hurricane from Tottenham Hotspur this summer. Gabon International have also shown interest in Barcelona, but the Catalan club’s financial problems could hamper their chances of landing a Gunners star.
Pep Guardiola has made no secret of his desire to sign Kane as a replacement for Sergio Aguero, who was allowed to leave the club as a free agent this summer. The Premier League champions have taken more than one point of view, but their development has been thwarted by Tottenham Hotspur, who do not want to lose their best player.
City have approached Spurs with bids for more than 100 100 million, but all their offers have been turned down. The club’s chairman is unwilling to accept any bids below £ 150 million. As the transfer window enters its final phase, it is no longer possible for Kane to complete his desired move.
The lack of progress on the Ken front has seen the city advised to change targets and take a step towards Abamiyang. Former Arsenal forward Charlie Nichols believes the Gabonese forward can provide the same finishing touches as the England captain. In addition, it will cost less than half the price for spares cans.
“[City] It can go for someone like Obama, “said Nicholas. As referred to in tribal football.. “It looks like something is wrong with Arsenal right now, and we know Obama is scoring. He’s got momentum, he’s got momentum.”
“I prefer him to the left, but I could see something like that. It gives Manchester City a cheaper option. He’s not as good as Kane, but he’s a good finisher like Kane.”
According to the Telegraph.The Gunners have made ObiMiang available for transfer this summer. The former Borussia Dortmund shooter is part of Mikel Arteta’s plans, but the club will not stand in the way if a special offer comes and the striker wants to take action.
Obama has two years left on his current contract after signing an extension last season. The Gabon star earns 350 350,000 a week, which could be an obstacle for most clubs looking to sign a proven goal scorer this summer, including cash-strapped Barcelona.