Arsenal agree personal terms to sign Bundesliga striker – report

Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Hoffenheim striker Antonio Colak, say reports

Arsenal have agreed a deal to sign Hoffenheim striker Antonio Colak, according to reports.

The north London club are believed to be on the lookout for a number of new signings as Arsene Wenger bids to transform his side into title contenders next season.

Wenger has already moved quickly to wrap up the signing of Granit Xhaka to bolster his midfield options.

Now, the Daily Express is reporting that the north London side have agreed personal terms with striker Colak, who spent last season on loan with German second-tier side FC Kaiserslautern.

The same report goes on to say that Arsenal have agreed a deal with the striker for his transfer – but that the Gunners are yet to strike a deal with the Bundesliga club to push through the transfer.

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The report comes after Arsenal were heavily linked with a transfer bid to sign Jamie Vardy from Leicester City over the weekend.

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