Arsenal have thumped back a £5m in addition to additional items offer for glimmering high school striker Folarin Balogun from Championship side, Brentford, most recent reports from the English press has uncovered.
The Daily Mail has detailed that the Gunners have dismissed the idea from the top flight hopefuls, as they try to include more capability forthright in their push to meet all requirements for the Premier League next season, having reserved the Nigerian as the ideal man to lead the charge.
The 18-year-old Balogun has seen his stock ascent since his rise through the positions at Hale End, on account of his productivity in the last third.
In the wake of scoring 28 objectives in 28 games over the span of last season, he has kept on showing his quality up to this point this season and have just added to 11 objectives (seven objectives, four aids) only 12 games at under-23 level.
Serie A mammoths AC Milan are likewise purportedly watching the youth who is very nearly acquiring a leap forward into Mikel Arteta’s senior arrangement at the Emirates at any point in the near future.
Arsenal will naturally not be resolved to capitalizing on the striker right now, yet a transitory move looking for all the more playing open doors with a senior side could be in the offing.