Arsenal’s latest target is Lazio’s Argentinian striker
Former Birmingham striker Mauro Zarate, currently at Lazio, could be on his way to Arsenal, according to his representative . Jose Alberto Coppola told LALAZIOSIAMONOI.IT: I am in touch with Arsenal A director of the English club asked me about Zarate.
Former Birmingham striker Mauro Zarate, currently at Lazio, could be on his way to Arsenal, according to his 'representative'.
Jose Alberto Coppola told LALAZIOSIAMONOI.IT: "I am in touch with Arsenal
"A director of the English club asked me about Zarate. They are prepared to offer the €40 million that will deliver him.
"Their intention is to succeed where Manchester City has failed last year, bringing Mauro back to the Premier League."
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