There are several players who are considered indispensable in the current Arsenal squad, with Mikel Arteta looking to build his squad around young talents including Bukayo Saka,Smith Rowe and Pepe who have proven their worth despite the club experiencing a drip in form.Finally there is good news for Arsenal fanbase with another star striker confirming a contract extension with club, killing the hopes of Bundesliga clubs including Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Leverkusen who once shown great interest.
As Confirmed by sports specialist Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal youngsters Folarin Balugon has signed a new long contact with the Gunners.This will be a great news for Arteta's side since it will be boost to his striking force,and again it's going to end the earlier on speculations that circulated around, hence bringing calmness to the club.
The club will now have to focus on the contracts of Bukayo Saka, Alexander Lacazette and Aubameyang who are also attracting a lot of interest from other Europe top Elite Clubs.
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