Arsenal have found life pretty difficult so far this season in the Premier League, having lost two of their first seven matches in the competition so far. However, they are looking forward to bouncing back as soon as possible and have won back to back matches against West Bromwich Albion and Brighton and Hove Albion to boost their chances to finish in a better position than the last term.
The Gunners are willing to bring in a number of new names into their side in the next transfer window and have a number of players in their sight who can help them revive their season. Among them, the name of the player who is turning heads with his skills and is right on the top of the wish list is Hirving Lozano.
The Mexican international, who is currently plying his trade at the Dutch Eredivisie club PSV Eindhoven, is highly rated as one of the most skilful players in the Dutch top flight. He has played only 8 games so far for his new club but has proved his full worth by already scoring six times for them, showing great promise for his European employers in the future.
His array of skills and ability to run with the ball has made him a wanted player for a number of big-name clubs who are keen to sign him in the next transfer window. The North London club are right on the top of the list and are monitoring the development of the players in the colours of his new club in the Eredivisie.
The skillfully sound player is known for his heroics in the Mexican domestic league as well, having scored 41 goals in 149 matches for his club CF Pachuca and showing a lot of promise to develop himself in one of the best players for his national team as well.
However, he will have to prove himself at the highest level in Dutch football to make himself fit for the international scenario and it is going to take a lot of hard work.
The player is already a hit in Dutch top flight and will need to work on sharpening his skills even further to have a bright future ahead of him. A move to the Premier League club Arsenal might be helpful for him to bring out his best.
Their gaffer Arsene Wenger has always been a connoisseur of young talents and the addition of the 22-year-old to his side might enable them to get a genuine forward who can score goals and give his side the upper hand over the rivals. Is Lazano a decent fit for Arsenal?