Former Arsenal and Scotland star turned pundit Charlie Nicholas has had his say on the club’s intensified transfer links to Celtic striker Odsonne Edouard.
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In an in-depth article on Sky Sports, the former Arsenal forward explained why he thinks Odsonne Edouard may not be the right man for the Gunners in the next transfer window, believing that Celtic will demand upwards of £40 million;
‘He certainly would not come to England straightaway and score 20 to 25 goals in a season unless Arsenal find a renewed belief and they get the whole team right. It’s got potential, absolutely, but I’m not convinced that they will go and buy him. The reason is that in Scotland, Celtic are gauging him as a £40m player.’
‘He has to go to a side that plays him. He can play with a partner and he can play on his own, but he must play in a team that’s going to give him a lot of service. If he plays in a side that sometimes gets 40 percent of possession, he will find it really tough to adapt.’
‘His attitude has improved sufficiently enough to tell me he will become a top player but I am not quite convinced teams will yet be looking at him as a £40m player. But the current market, with the coronavirus likely to impact the value of players, this will play a crucial part.’
‘He wants to be the key figurehead of the team as the link man through the middle. For that reason, I do not see Arsenal targeting him as a replacement for Aubameyang. Arsenal are in a horrible position when it comes to sorting out Aubameyang’s contract offer. Barcelona and Real Madrid have been mentioned and they have the funds to buy him.’
You can read the full article on Sky Sports with more in-depth analysis on Arsenal’s apparent pursuit of Odsonne Edouard.
Scottish clubs are reportedly looking to end the season as it is now, which would hand Celtic the title, so there’s every chance that Odsonne Edouard has played his last game for the Glasgow giants, having scored 27 in 45 appearances this season before the postponement.