Arsenal, Chelsea, Real Madrid ready to pay €80 million for Dusan Vlahovic

Arsenal, Chelsea, Real Madrid ready to pay €80 million for Dusan Vlahovic


Arsenal, Chelsea and Real Madrid are all interested in Dusan Vlahovic, according to Juventus. The 23-year-old striker has impressed for Juventus this season and his performances have attracted interest from some of Europe's biggest clubs.

Vlahovic played for Partizan before becoming famous while playing for Fiorentina. The 23-year-old joined Juventus in the winter of 2020 after a successful start to life in Italy. It was a huge transfer and he joined the Italian giants.

However, he didn't really get off to a great start. While Vlahovic did score goals from time to time, he didn't have the desired effect. However, his situation has improved recently. He has already contributed five goals in six league games this season.

The Serbia international's hot form has attracted the attention of Real Madrid, Arsenal and Chelsea. Real Madrid parted ways with Karim Benzema in the summer and have yet to sign a replacement. While they may be coping well without a world-class striker, they are expected to sign a 23-year-old striker soon and the 23-year-old is one of their targets.

Arsenal currently have two quality forwards, but Mikel Arteta is still keen to sign a more physical player who can guarantee goals. The Spanish coach believes Vlahovic is a perfect fit for the club.

Chelsea, meanwhile, are struggling to score goals this season. While they do have some options, so far they haven't delivered. And, Mauricio Pochettino is seriously considering a move for a new world-class number nine. The 23-year-old Serbia international is part of his target list.

The report suggests that Vlahovic is worth around €80 million, with all three clubs willing to pay that much to have him join the club. However, as his contract at Juventus runs until the summer of 2026, the Italian giants are unlikely to sell him for less than 100 million euros and at this stage they are considering offering him a new contract.