Video: Arsenal target scores with amazing quadruple-nutmeg on international duty

Reported Arsenal target Takefuso Kubo has scored through the legs of four players as his Japan Under-24 side beat Jamaica this morning.

Fichajes claims that the Gunners could well look to bring the 20 year-old Real Madrid starlet to North London in place of Martin Odegaard, with the Norwegian likely to get his chance in the first team at Real Madrid this term.

Kubo is another exciting young talent on the books at the Bernabeu, and his arrival could well prove to be a shrewd signing if we could pull it off.

Patrick

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8 Comments

  1. Wyoming says:

    This is great news. Arsenal has had great success with previous Japanese players. Inamoto Miyaichi and Asano were world class at Arsenal scoring 600 goals between them.
    We must trade Saka, Pepe and Martinelli in return for Kubo and bring back Miyaichi and Asano who
    will score 200 league goals every season.

    1. Arsenal2win says:

      @Wyoming, LoL I believe you mean otherwise cuz I’m hiding inside my wardrobe because of ur comments. Pls tell me I should come out.

      1. Trent Madagua says:

        Hahaha
        Honestly.
        Take Kudo instead of Martin Ødergaad, hilarious shit.

  2. Kev82 says:

    So good, Villarreal decided not to renew his loan after an impressive zero goals, onto Getafe and another impressive loan he’s bagged one goal in 18 appearances. Good grief if this has any truth I think we are sinking beneath the depths.

  3. NMC says:

    We already know any tenuous link or anyone that does anything at the Euros, the main tournament or the unders we will be linked.

  4. Azuwuike Ndukwu says:

    Yes, another Real starlet that dont have future at arsenal. sure he will get this dying club into top 4.

  5. Azuwuike Ndukwu says:

    I guess he is one of the 58 players link to arsenal

  6. Marty says:

    Another nondescript player we are supposedly interested in…yawn,yawn,yawn…..

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