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Done Deal: £16million Arsenal target will leave his club to move to the English Premier League

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Everton will soon announce the signing of Arsenal target M'Baye Niang according to Calciomercato.com.

The 22-year-old spent the second part of last season on loan at Watford and his performances didn't go unnoticed as many clubs made an approach to sign him.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger tried to sign him before he joined Milan with the Frenchman full of praise for the striker at the start of the year when the Gunners played Watford.

"I know Niang well because he played for Caen and we had him here [on trial]," Wenger told reporters before last January's game against Watford.

"He's a very talented striker individually, and he can create chances.

"He's very strong as well physically, and very quick. I think he will be a major asset for them.

"He's on loan from AC Milan and we have to keep him quiet because he's a guy who can do something special."

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