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Former Arsenal striker Kevin Campbell has urged his old side to sign a versatile forward before the transfer window slams shut.

Mikel Arteta’s men have brought in five players this summer, splashing in excess of £110million on Gabriel Jesus, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Matt Turner, Marquinhos and Fabio Vieira. However, Arteta himself hinted over the weekend that he still wants to add additional incoming before the transfer window slams shut in just over four weeks time.

“We are still hoping to do something else if the market allows,” the Spaniard admitted when asked about signing more players this summer. “You have seen some movement in the last few days as well.

“We want to get the perfect balance and the plan we wanted from the beginning. Whether we accomplish that or not is another story.”

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Now, Campbell has spoken about the Gunners’ need to bring in an additional forward, comparing their frontline to Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool who are stacked with quality options. “We need another forward,” he told Football Insider.

“I would sign a versatile forward who can play across the front line. This is where Liverpool and Man City have got it right in my opinion. They have interchangeable pieces up top.

“If [Mohamed] Salah, [Luis] Diaz and [Darwin] Nunez don’t play, you have [Diogo] Jota, [Roberto] Firmino and Harvey Elliott. There is interchangeable pieces. They have those options even after [Sadio] Mane has gone.”

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