Genk striker Paul Onuachu has talked up a potential move to Arsenal ahead of the summer transfer window.
It is no secret that Mikel Arteta will be a man in the transfer window that will be looking to add another striker to the attack, as his current crop of players have not found the back of the net as much as he would have hoped.
Alexandre Lacazette will be entering the final 12 months of his playing contract, with rumours that he could leave, while some circles may even believe that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could leave the club after looking awful this season.
Now Onuachu has opened the door for a stunning move to the Emirates, after admitting that he is a really big fans of Arsenal.
The Nigeria international has been on fire this season, scoring 31 goals in his 36 appearances in all competitions, attracting interest in his signature: “I really like Arsenal,” he told Sporza(via Sport Witness). “(Emmanuel) Adebayor is one of the players I have admired the most.
“I was a really big fan of him and (Nwankwo) Kanu. I really love watching Arsenal.”
Look, Onuachu is doing really well with Genk and it is very easy to see just why clubs are interested in a potential deal, but playing for Arsenal is a step too far from the striker and he would fail to impress.
The Premier League is the best in world football and unfortunately we do not believe that Onuachu has the ability to make any sort of impact on this Arsenal squad, sorry.