Tiago Tomás ○ Welcome to Arsenal 2021 ▻ Skills & Goals - YouTube"/>Mikel Arteta's side is looking forward to improving the squad by adding more youngsters to the team. Arsenal is reportedly eyeing 19-year-old youngster Tiago Tomas. The Sporting CP youngster is currently one of the hottest prospects in Portuguese football and landing at Emirates will be a major boost to the London giants. The 19-year-old forward has endured a relatively difficult start to the new campaign, featuring in under 100 minutes of league action.
If Arsenal successfully signs Tomas, then great chemistry between him and Bukayo Saka will see Arsenal becoming unstoppable.
The Portuguese international's current deal at the club expires in 2025 but if The Gunners make a good offer for him, the contract may be terminated in favor of them.
But The Gunners are set to face stiff competition from other European clubs with the likes of AS Roma also being interested in him. Sporting themselves are not too keen on offloading the youngster, not just in January but also in the summer transfer window.
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