Arsenal 19 year old teenager linked with a possible move to Bundesliga
By Rainman_news | self meida writer
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Arsenal FC with less than 15 matches to end 2020/21 EPL competition, and they are currently placed at the 10th position of EPL standing table with 34 points.
Gunners are determined to keep hold of 19 year old academy teenager for the long term, but the footballer’s concerns over his game-time could force him to seek a move away from Arsenal.
The English man has 14 appearance for the gunners of which he scored 7 goals and provided 2 assist.
Folarin Balogun could become the next English teenager to join the Bundesliga. The young Arsenal striker is facing an uncertain future at Emirates Stadium, Due to lack of playing time under the Spanish manager, Mikel Arteta, His deal at north London according to report is said to come to an end this summer.
Bundesliga giants Bayern Leverkusen for one, have been scouting the English premier league market, They had completed a deal for Man United right-back Timothy Fosu-Mensah in January while being linked with a possible move for manchester united left back Brandon Williams
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