Arsenal were previously linked with a move for Serbian striker Dusan Vlahovic before he made his move to Juventus in the previous January transfer window.

Despite missing out on a move for the 22-year-old, the north London club have been urged to make a potential transfer move for him again in the future.

Speaking to Football Insider, pundit and former Arsenal player, Kevin Campbell, had this to say on the matter and whether or not the Gunners need Vlahovic after Gabriel Jesus’ arrival over the summer.

He said: “We will make room for him. Listen, I understand that he chose Juventus but if he is available we will make a spot for him. 

“We could use him in certain games. Let’s not forget that Gabriel Jesus is that good he can play down the middle and out wide. You need the flexibility to change in game. 

“If Arsenal ever wanted to change the system and play two up top, Vlahovic could do that. What a front two Vlahovic and Jesus would be. They would cause all sorts of problems. It is important to have flexibility.

“At the moment I cannot see him leaving Juventus but you never know. Things are not going right there at the moment. 

“If he becomes available, Arsenal should go for him. He is a killer in front of goal. He is a lefty as well which makes a huge difference.”

After scoring 49 goals in 108 appearances for Fiorentina, the striker has since gone on to score 13 goals in 29 appearances for Juventus.

Taking his goalscoring prowess into account, as well as the fact that it has recently been reported that Arsenal are still keeping tabs on the player, what Campbell has said should have lots of Gunners fans excited about the possibility of seeing the club make a move to sign the striker in the future.