Arsenal fans will love transfer target Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s old tweets

Arsenal fans will love Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s tweets from back in the day as the club look to ramp up their interest in his services.

The Everton star has long been on the wish list at the Emirates as they look to bolster their attacking force.

But that necessity has been made a priority after Mikel Arteta ostracised Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from the squad, leaving the Gunners light up front.

Fiorentina star Dusan Vlahovic is the top target but prising him away from Serie A has proved difficult and Arsenal may have to look elsewhere.

It has led to the north London outfit ramping up their efforts to sign Calvert-Lewin in the summer.

And his old tweets will please Arsenal fans as they suggest that he, too, is a hand-on-heart Gooner.

A post from March, 2013 read “#COYG” – a common hashtag among the Arsenal fanbase.

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At the time, Calvert-Lewin had yet to make an appearance in professional football as he was coming up through the Sheffield United academy – three days away from his 16th birthday.

The England international has since gone on to become a key player with Everton, though this campaign has been hampered by injury.

The striker has made just four appearances for the Toffees all season in the Premier League while the club have found themselves in a relegation battle.

Regardless of his long absence, only three players have scored more than Calvert-Lewin – Demarai Gray, Andros Townsend and Richarlison.

Arsenal’s need for a striker was made particularly evident when they drew 0-0 with Burnley on the weekend at the Emirates.

After the match, Arteta admitted that he was less than confident that he could bring in the transfers that he wants.

“Well, we are certainly trying,” he said, “but I don’t know if we’re going to be able to do it.

“Let’s see, it’s not only our intention, but a lot of facts that are needed to happen.

“It’s what we planned, but the market is difficult, it’s complicated. We knew that, but it’s a lot to manage and we have to make the right decisions with players that we believe are going to really help us and try to bring in ones that can take us to the next level.”

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