Arsenal lining up January move for Leipzig striker?
Arsenal could make a move to sign Leipzig striker Benjamin Sesko during the January transfer window, according to Football Transfers.
The Gunners have been impressive in the Premier League and Champions League this term. They are top of the league with 30 points and have also booked their spot in the round of 16 of the European competition.
Despite the positives, there is persistent speculation that the Gunners are on the look out for a new striker heading into January. Eddie Nketiah has been the most effective marksman for the club with just five goals.
Football Transfers claim that the Gunners have an eye on Sesko, who joined Leipzig from sister club Salzburg last summer. The Slovenian has yet to become a key player due to Lois Openda's sublime form.
Sesko has still impressed with six goals from just 577 minutes and it remains to be seen whether the Gunners can prise him away. Arsenal could test Leipzig's resolve with a €40 million bid in January.