Manchester United, Chelsea ‘among clubs interested in Arsenal’s Ethan Nwaneri’ – Premier Bet Uganda



Manchester United, Chelsea ‘among clubs interested in Arsenal’s Ethan Nwaneri’

Manchester United and Chelsea are reportedly among the clubs looking to sign Arsenal history-maker Ethan Nwaneri.
The 2007-born midfielder became the youngest-ever player in Premier League history when he came on as a substitute against Brentford aged just 15 years and 181 days.

Nwaneri broke the previous record held by Harvey Elliott, who made his top-flight debut for Fulham aged 16 years and 30 days, when he replaced Fabio Vieira in second-half injury time in that 3-0 win.

The teenager – who primarily operates as a number 10 – has also been capped by England at Under-16 and Under-17 level and has quickly risen through the youth ranks at Arsenal.

Nwaneri’s historic Premier League appearance has unsurprisingly piqued the interest of other clubs, and according to The Secret Scout, as many as four teams are keen to poach him from the Emirates Stadium.

Man United and Chelsea are reported to be tracking Nwaneri’s progress, while fellow Big Six sides Manchester City and Liverpool are also keen on the 15-year-old.

Chelsea dipped into Arsenal’s academy ranks in the summer to sign Omari Hutchinson from their London rivals, with the Jamaica international failing to agree a new contract with the Gunners.

Meanwhile, Man City and Liverpool are both believed to have been keeping tabs on Bukayo Saka’s contract situation, but the 21-year-old is now expected to commit to a new deal at the Emirates.

Nwaneri has registered four goals and four assists in nine appearances for Arsenal’s Under-18s and made his debut for the Under-21s in a 4-1 Premier League 2 win over Blackburn Rovers on September 3, playing 59 minutes and setting up a goal for Charles Sagoe Jr.

After making Nwaneri the youngest player to ever play in the Premier League, Gunners boss Mikel Arteta revealed that he listened to a “gut feeling” to hand the teenager his first minutes at the top level.

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Author: Antonio Turner