Arsenal forward target breaks silence on his future

Arsenal target Johan Bakayoko has broken his silence about his future as he is linked with a move away from PSV.

The Belgian performed superbly for his current employers last season, delivering some of the finest performances by any player in the Dutch top flight.

This has attracted the attention of the continent’s top clubs, and there have been suggestions that he might leave PSV at the end of Euro 2024.

Bakayoko is still just 21 and has much more football to play. He can still improve even further if he remains at PSV.

However, he knows that several clubs, including Arsenal, want to sign him this summer, and he seems to be keeping his mind open about his next move.

As he plays for Belgium in Euro 2024, the attacker was asked about his future, and he said, as quoted by Football London:

“I don’t know if I’m going to leave PSV.”

Just Arsenal Opinion

Bakayoko is a fine player who will improve our unit further if we add him to our squad.

At 21, he is at the perfect age for us to sign him because we can still mould him into a much better player.

However, he will not come cheap because several clubs are chasing his signature already.


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1 Comment

  1. Very good player, similar to Olise.

    On a serious note about England’s change in fortunes, was down to the removal of Foden to bring back some balance to the side.

    England got back into shape and winning ways from yesteryear before Foden. Since Foden was introduced to this England team he has created an unbalance side with his wasteful shots and miss passes and above all a lack of true positional sense.

    It just so happens that as soon as Southgate removed Foden from this unbalanced side towards the end that England found a more balanced shape and scored the equaliser and then carried on without Foden to eventually get the winner.

    I hope Southgate has learned that Foden offers no width and has no real positional sense and tends to run into similar paths of other players. In other words he gets in the way. He is also the most wasteful with the ball according to the stats. Certain players fit certain teams, as I am sure his free role in man city is perfect for him, but he is a liability in this England set up and he causes unbalance.

    It just happens that we changed up a gear as soon as he was removed from the side and we started having more fluidity and got our much missed goals.

    Southgate must not include Foden in our next game, if he wants to keep balance and start winning games like last year before Foden was introduced.

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