Some Arsenal fans love who Edu's reportedly after, '100x better' than DCL or Watkins
Some Arsenal fans want the Gunners to sign Karim Adeyemi amid transfer speculation linking him with the Emirates Stadium.
According to the Daily Mail, Arsenal are chasing the 19-year-old forward, who plies his trade for Red Bull Salzburg.
As well as Arsenal, Liverpool and Barcelona are also reportedly keen on Adeyemi.
Chelsea and Manchester City have also “shown interest” in the Germany international, added the outlet.
Adeyemi is one of the most promising young attacking players in European football.
At just 19, he boasts an impressive 36 goals and 29 assists from 101 competitive club appearances.
Adeyemi also made his Germany debut in September, scoring in the World Cup qualifier against Armenia.
The youngster plies his trade at centre-forward, but can also play on the wings, and has been compared to Arjen Robben.
According to BILD, the Austrian giants value Adeyemi at around £17million – an absolute bargain if true.
And some Arsenal fans seem especially eager for the club to move for him:
There’s not many players I wanna see at Arsenal more than Karim Adeyemi— ml (@AFC_ML) September 30, 2021
Karim Adeyemi would be the dream.— T. (@PV4AFC) September 30, 2021
Yes both are good but someone like Adeyemi or Isak or both will be 100x better https://t.co/rjkGeu1j1b— Ryan (@AFCRyan91) October 5, 2021
I’d go for Adeyemi, the guy is unbelieveable— Jan🇸🇮 (@Currader) October 5, 2021
I want vlahovic, adeyemi or isak.— toby (@TobyAFC_) October 3, 2021
Also will be cheaper and more attainable— Tommy🧃 (@dinky_deccers) October 5, 2021
Watching him in the champions league is a joke, he’s won like 4 pens in 2 games— Ryan (@AFCRyan91) October 5, 2021
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