Arsenal In Pole Position In Signing Star Target Who Scores Goals For Fun

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16-year-old Manchester City starlet is on the radar of Arsenal as Arsene Wenger urges his club to seal a deal with the Englishman.

Manchester city academy star, Bobby Duncan is closely monitored by Arsenal Football Club after scoring the winning goal for England under-17 against Portugal in a match that ended by 3 goals to 2 in favour of England.

Bobby who is a cousin to Liverpool Legend, Stephen Gerrard, is one of the latest products of Manchester city’s youth academy which produced Nigerian and Leicester City striker, Kelechi Iheanacho.

The England youngster recently got his maiden invitation to England’s under-20 squad due to his exploit at the under-17 stage.
Earlier this week, there were reports according to Daily Mail that a number of English clubs as well as other European giants are keeping tabs on the development of the Manchester City player.

The Gunners are the latest club to join the chase for the new star who is ready to break into the limelight in a not too distant future.

Hopefully, the Englishman would follow in the footsteps of his older cousin who has cemented a place among the finest to ever play the game.

Steven Gerrard finished his football career having turned out for the Three Lions 114 times. He played a number of World Cup and European Cup matches. The former England captain who couldn’t win any major trophy for his country, managed to score 21 goals during an outstanding career for the English national team.

 

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