Perhaps one of the more unlikely touted replacements for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang [should he leave in the transfer window] is Burnley’s All Whites New Zealand star striker Chris Wood – or at least that is the opinion of sports writer Matt Scott via talkSPORT.
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Arsenal are apparently doing all they can to convince Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay on a longer contract, but with just a year left on his current deal, the Gunners could soon be forced to agree to a transfer for their top goalscorer.
Respected sports writer Matt Scott is quoted speaking on talkSPORT about why he believes the Gunners should go in for Wood, who has 11 Premier League goals this season;
“If Arsenal do lose Aubameyang or Lacazette, then Eddie Nketiah and Gabriel Martinelli, great as they look, are still too raw at the age they are to be leading the line for a club like Arsenal.”
“So they are going to have to look at another centre forward and, believe it or not, I believe it should be Chris Wood!”
“People are not going to like it, but I’ll tell you why I think so.”
“It’s my view that Arsenal are missing Olivier Giroud. He always gave them another way of playing.”
“In his prime he was very, very good for Arsenal and since he’s come back into the Chelsea team this season he’s been terrific.”
“Giroud’s minutes-per-goal ratio in his last few seasons at Arsenal was unbelievably good, he’s a real finisher and I think you’ve got one in Chris Wood at Burnley as well.”
The 28-year-old New Zealand international has a total 32 Premier League goals, 31 of which have come at Burnley and one for Leicester in the 14/15 season.