Arsenal interested in signing 23-year-old South Korea international

Gunners is expected to be busy in the next transfer window after their terrible start to the season. The London club stay a long way from the top four, and they have had to fire their coach this campaign.

Despite having not named a new permanent boss, Gunners is expected to make some new signing to their playing staff next month, and there is one exciting name that has been added to the list. London club is reportedly targeting a move for RB Salzburg centre-forward, Hwang Hee-Chan.

South Korea international is also wanted by Wolverhampton. Hee-chan came to the attention of most people when he smartly beat Virgil van Dijk and scored against Liverpool at Anfield. Hwang has been in fine form since he moved to Salzburg in 2015 and looks set to become the next Son Heung-min.

The 23-year-old striker as been fairly prolific this campaign having netted nine goals in 20 matches for the Austrians already. He continues to improve, and there was a time in August that he scored seven times in as many games.

Gunners has several attacking footballers, and it is difficult to see where he would fit in straight away. However, the 23-year-old striker’s ability to beat opponents and run in behind makes him the perfect replacement for either Aubameyang or Lacazette, should they leave the London club.

I strongly believe that he has the potential to be as good as or even better than Tottenham’s Son. The South Korean striker is reportedly valued at €20-25m. That is a fee that the London club can afford and would, in my opinion, be money well spent.