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REPORTS: Arsenal football club join race to sign 21-year-old defensive midfielder from Everton

Without much doubts, Arsenal football club will most definitely remain focused on challenging the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United for the Premier League title this season.

Do remember that the North London club have enjoyed a very interesting 2022/2023 football season and are currently occupying the first position on the Premier League table.

The Gunners have really performed very well in the Premier League under manager Mikel Arteta and are now five points ahead of Manchester City who are in second position.

Despite their good run of form, Arsenal football club want to further strengthen their midfield options and have been linked with a move for Everton midfield Amadou Onana.

The 21-year-old Belgium International, who signed up for Everton football club after departing Ligue 1 side Lille back in 2022 has proven to be an important member of the first-team.

The young defensive midfielder has been hugely involved for Everton football club so far this 2022/2023 season, scoring one goal and providing one assist in 25 appearances in all competitions.

His excellent performances in midfield is believed to have caught the attention of Arsenal and according to reports from Daily Mail, the Gunners are keen on signing him.

The reports further claimed that Arsenal football club are really interested in Amadou Onana and have added the young defensive midfielder to their summer transfer list.

It is believed that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta wants to reshuffle his midfield options and he has identified the young defensive midfielder as a needed addition to his squad.

But with several other clubs interested, it remains to be seen where Amadou Onana will choose to continue his developments if he eventually gets to leave Everton next summer.

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