Piers Morgan makes bold plea involving reported Arsenal transfer deal

Piers Morgan is desperate to see this Arsenal transfer happen...

Piers Morgan has taken to social media to promise that he will never complain about Arsenal again – if the Gunners sign Gonzalo Higuain in a swap deal for Olivier Giroud.

The north London side have been linked with a host of players this summer but have thus far only signed midfielder Granit Xhaka and striker Takuma Asano so far.

Higuain has been touted as a possible target for the north London club as Arsene Wenger looks to strengthen his attacking options at The Emirates.

Wenger has made no secret of his desire to sign a new striker this summer after the club’s failed bid to land Jamie Vardy from Leicester City before Euro 2016.

A Sky Sports News HQ reporter tweeted that Higuain could be on his way to Arsenal in a deal that would send Giroud in the opposite direction.

And club shareholder Morgan could not hide his excitement at the prospect of the transfer.

He tweeted:

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