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20 goals in 17 games – Arsenal & Liverpool target scores yet again

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Konstantinos Mitroglou can’t stop scoring at the moment. He is one of the in-form strikers in Europe at the moment and last night scored yet another crucial goal as Greece reached the World Cup finals by beating Romania.

Kostas Mitroglou 20 goals in 17 games   Arsenal & Liverpool target scores yet again

The Olympiakos striker is already attracting attentions for his terrific goal scoring exploits and has already scored 20 goals in the season for both club and country.

Greece earned a 4-2 aggregate victory over Romania. In the first leg, Mitroglou scored twice as Greece earned a 3-1 victory while he struck again last night in their 1-1 draw.

He has netted four hat-tricks already for Olympiakos this season and it has been reported that Arsenal and Liverpool are interesting in singing him in January. The 25-year-old would cost in the region of £7m while host of European clubs like Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan and Benfica are keenly interested in securing his signature.

Arsenal badly need a striker in the January transfer window to ease off the burden from the shoulders of Olivier Giroud. Liverpool have Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez firing all cylinders but Brendan Rodgers might be looking to add another goal scoring machine to bolster his attacking squad. Both Arsenal and Liverpool have started the season brilliantly and are occupying the first and second position in the Premier League respectively.

One Comment to 20 goals in 17 games – Arsenal & Liverpool target scores yet again

  1. I am happy about Konstantinos Mitroglou helping Greece to get the win against Romania.I believe that Konstantinos Mitroglou should stay on Olympiakos. I believe that he helps Olympiakos alot. he already has 20 goals! However, if hes going to get transferred i think he should go on Arsenal. Like the article had said, Arsenal seriously needs a striker since Giroud is going to get transferred. I believe Konstantinos Mitroglou is a better fit on Arsenal than Liverpool.