Arsenal is interested in buying Spanish striker Nolito from Celta Vigo, according to The Daily Star. Nolito has a buyout clause in his contract that is worth £13.8 million.
Nolito has scored 25 goals with 20 assists in La Liga over the past two seasons, earning him playing time with the Spanish National Team.
In addition to his club success, Nolito has also played well for Spain in recent months. He has scored 5 goals in 7 international appearances in 2016, including a goal in the ongoing European Championship against Turkey.
Arsenal has been looking for a striker, and Nolito would be a great addition to their squad. His passing and finishing skills would be very helpful to Arsenal up top, and he is the type of player who could make a huge impact for the Gunners.
Arsenal should have a very realistic chance to get Nolito, especially since he has a buyout clause that will keep his transfer fee reasonable.
Chelsea are also reportedly interested in Nolito, but I predict that he will end up at Arsenal because he is a great fit for the Gunners, and because Wenger seems determined to get a striker.