Arsenal reopen negotiations with Nigerian youngster Folarin Balogun for a new contract

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Arsenal have reportedly reopened talks with Nigerian youngster Folarin Balogun over a new contract for the striker to remain at the club.

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The 19-year-old striker’s deal expires in June and he was the subject of summer interest to several clubs including Championship sides, Brentford and Sheffield United.

Brentford saw a £5million bid rejected by Arsenal and Sheffield United were interested in the summer, with Chris Wilder open about his desire to sign him.

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But in the end, the Blades went for Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster instead.

The teenager made his first-team debut as a substitute in the 3-0 win at home to Dundalk in the Europa League last month, and boss Mikel Arteta is reportedly determined to keep hold of him.

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He is just months away from becoming a free agent, but The Athletic have reported that Arsenal chiefs have re-opened contract talks with the 18-year-old.

He is just months away from becoming a free agent, but The Athletic have reported that Arsenal chiefs have re-opened contract talks with the 18-year-old.

Balogun, who is widely regarded as one of Arsenal’s best young talents, was born in the United States to Nigerian parents.


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