Video: Who is potential Arsenal signing Paul Onuachu? Goals & Assists

Paul Onuachu has admitted that he would love to play for Arsenal, and the striker is definitely worth considering.

The Nigerian international has scored a whopping 31 goals in 36 appearances in all competitions this season, and the 26 year-old could well be on the move this summer.

The striker admitted in an interview with Sporza(via SportWitness) to following the likes of Nwankwo Kanu and Emmanuel Adebayor during their time at Arsenal, and I can’t help but see some similarities between his and the latter’s style of play.

This short skit doesn’t show the full extent of his abilities, but you can see his amazing strength and a rare dribbling trait for such a tall player.

Patrick

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  1. CorporateMan says:

    I have watched him several times playing for the Nigerian national team. Seriously doubt he’s PL quality, never mind Arsenal’s

  2. Clemento says:

    He is too slow to play in premiership

  3. Declan says:

    Might have helped if the article said who he plays for?
    Looks a bit of a lump to me.

    1. Declan says:

      I moved to the next article posted an hour before this one and it says he plays for Genk. Perhaps I should read articles in chronological order in future😊

  4. Val says:

    just replying to a few points made above

    1 – You cant really judge a player when they play for their national teams, judge them on club form, its much more consistent to judge form and ability.

    2 – you dont ”need” pace to be successful in the premiership.

    Now for my view

    I havent seen alot of him to be totally honest but i have believed that over the last year i have felt that we lack another type of option up top.

    We dont have an threat in the air but have a few players who are gifted crossers of the ball who are aiming for Lacazette and Auba and then Nketiah
    all pretty small strikers who are not known at all for their aerial prowess.

    For me their is no point in bringing in another striker who is basically the same as what we have, we need different ways to break teams down and be effective, i can see us letting Nketiah leave and possibly Lacazette, so that would leave Auba, Balogun and Martinelli who can operate down the middle.

    I am not saying he is the answer or anything as i dont have the knowledge of the player to really judge anything but this type of player i feel can help us next season

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