The report from Romano, claims that several clubs are looking forward to sign 20-year old England superstar at Arsenal in the next summer transfer window.
The player involved in this report is none other than Bukayo Saka who won the player of the season award at Arsenal last season.
In his "Here We Go Podcast", Fabrizio Romano said: "Some clubs are starting to approach Bukayo Saka", However, the football journalist did not mention the name of the clubs interested in signing Bukayo Saka at Arsenal.
Arsenal fans, may also have a glimpse of hope as the report also claim that Arsenal consider Bukayo Saka untouchable as that plan to build their project on players like Saka.
The full statement from Fabrizio Romano reads: "Some clubs are starting to approach Bukayo Saka, Arsenal consider him untouchable. They are planning to build on players like Saka also for the next years."
Arsenal fans who are already going through a difficult phase in this period will hope that they won't loose any more players as they hope to fight back to a place in Europe.
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