The summer transfer window deadline day was a very busy day for all the European clubs who were working tirelessly to complete the signing of their targets and even though Arsenal had most of their attention on Thomas Partey, they still completed the signing of two youngsters for the future.
Arsenal have in this summer transfer window made it a must to try to sign many youngsters for their academy with the hope that they could make an entry to the first team in the future. Arsenal have completed the signing of 18 year old defender Omar Rekik from Hertha Berlin on a fee believed to be in the region of €1million and the report claims that he could join the North London club in January.
It’s also reported that Arsenal have also completed the deal to sign Malmo young striker Nikolaj Duus Möller for a fee believed to be around €500k and it looks like he will also be in the same bracket as Omar Rekik as he is also an 18 year old that has been brought for the Arsenal U23 side as per reports.
Arsenal have signed two youngsters today.
Omar Rekik (18) joins from Hertha Berlin for a fee in the region of €1m, as reported by @RikElfrink.
— Chris Wheatley (@ChrisWheatley_) October 5, 2020
Arsenal have yet to announce the signing of these two players on their official social media accounts so it’s believed that they will be joining the club in January which is just a few months away. The Arsenal fans will hope that these two have similar trajectory as Gabriel Martinelli who was signed for the Arsenal U23 squad but impressed and then got more chances in the first team.
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