Two European giants considering transfer swoop for Arsenal wonderkid

Bukayo Saka is a wanted man in Germany.

Arsenal face a fight to keep hold of exciting youngster Bukayo Saka amid concerns over his contract situation.

The talented 18-year-old has just over a year left to run on his current Gunners contract, and Borussia Dortmund are one of the main teams showing an interest in his situation, according to the Daily Mirror.

The report also suggests Bayern Munich are interested in Saka, and it’s clear Arsenal would do well to tie the wonderkid down to a new deal as soon as possible.

The England youth international started out as an attacking midfielder but has excelled as a left-back in Mikel Arteta’s side this season, showing similar potential to Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold as an attack-minded full-back.

It’s easy to see why the likes of Dortmund and Bayern would be interested in the teenager, but it would be a huge blow to lose him at this early stage of his career when he has so much more to offer at Arsenal.

Tags Bukayo Saka


  1. If his head is not at Arsenal it doesn’t bother me that much. The kid has talent no doubt about that and he is at a better club for his development. The worst mistake he’ll make is wanting to leave or rather leaving Arsenal. Am not worried he will sign the contract.

    1. I completely agree with you!,if he doesn’t realise that right now he is at the best club for his development well good luck
      but I believe he does, now about his “people “father, agent….I don’t know what they want!

  2. We must keep Saka at all costs. Selling Lacazette who has started to decline makes more sense. When Tierney is fit he takes back his Left back spot move Abameyang to C.f. if he stays and play Saka LW. If we lose Abameyang as well we should ideally go for a target man style striker like Cavani or Luca Jovic as Tierney and Saka can both deliver a fantastic ball and will cause chaos on the left flank.

  3. Sell him if he does not want to stay. He is what? A 15 game wonder. Seen so many of those before. His position is not crucial as well we have good players who play that position.

Comments are closed

Top Blog Sponsors
JustArsenal Top Ten UK Blogs