Arsenal have received some good news as the season is almost ending. They have struggled in the Premier League but at least they have registered a positive. Another Arsenal player has committed his career to the club. He joins the likes of Aubameyang and Rob Holding who also signed a new contract.
According to Arsenal, Folarin Bolagun has finally penned a new long-term deal with the Gunners. The player was being linked with a move away. He was not convinced of his career to thrive at Arsenal. Mike Arteta personally requested him to stay at the club. He was set to leave the club at the end of the season on a free transfer. The academy star has now committed his life to Arsenal. He signed a 5 year deal until 2026. The striker maybe an option to Arsenal's struggles in front of goal. It is now upon Arteta to give him minutes in the remaining fixtures. He should assure him of good game time depending on performance.
Arsenal fans are you happy after Bolagun signed a new contract?
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