Arsenal have allegedly returned chats with Nigerian player Folarin Balogun over another agreement for the striker to stay at the club.
The 19-year-old striker’s arrangement terminates in June and he was the subject of summer interest to a few clubs including Championship sides, Brentford and Sheffield United.
Brentford saw a £5million offer dismissed by Arsenal and Sheffield United were keen on the late spring, with Chris Wilder open about his longing to sign him.
Be that as it may, eventually, the Blades went for Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster all things considered.
The youngster made his first-group debut as a substitute in the 3-0 success at home to Dundalk in the Europa League a month ago, and manager Mikel Arteta is supposedly resolved to keep hold of him.
He is only months from turning into a free specialist, yet The Athletic have announced that Arsenal bosses have re-opened agreement chats with the 18-year-old.
Balogun, who is generally viewed as one of Arsenal’s best youthful gifts, was conceived in the United States to Nigerian guardians.