Arsenal are currently enduring one of their worst seasons in recent years, as they are placed 9th on the premier league standing table.
Arsenal have been reported to be interested in two Nigerian attackers, as they are looking forward to improving their squad and could announce the signing of the two players come summer. The two players are Samuel Chukwueze and Kelechi Iheanacho.
Samuel Chimerenka Chukwueze is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Villarreal and the Nigeria national team as a winger.
With a market value of €20.00m, Samuel Chukwueze is ranked number 62 among all players of the LaLiga. With a market value of €20.00m, Samuel Chukwueze is ranked number 26 among all players born 1999.
Kelechi Promise Iheanacho is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward for Premier League club Leicester City and the Nigeria national team. Iheanacho began his senior career at Manchester City during the 2015–16 season. He moved to Leicester City in 2017 for a reported £25 million fee.
What a good news as this development confirm that Nigerian players are doing great abroad.
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