Arsenal are urged to sign Sofyan Amrabat after his World Cup performance


Arsenal are being urged to sign Morocco international Sofyan Amrabat and Azzedine Ounahi after, their amazing display at the World Cup. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta have already confirmed that the club is planning a busy transfer window. The club is looking to make some potential signings this January transfer window. Mikel Arteta will be backed by Kroenke after their amazing start to the season. Arsenal had tried to sign Aston Villa’s Douglas Luis, though that deal failed to go through. Fiorentina’s Sofyan Amrabat have had an amazing World Cup tournament for his country. Sofyan Amrabat have now gained interest from different European clubs. Several clubs namely Barcelona, Tottenham, and Liverpool are all interested to sign the player.

Sofyan Amrabat and Azzedine Ounahi impressed everybody at the World Cup

Azzedine Ounahi much like Sofyan Amrabat led Morocco to the semi-finals in the World Cup tournament. Morocco became the first African team in the semi-finals of the World Cup. Ray Parlour believes that the duo would fit Arsenal perfectly. He told talkSPORT,

“Ounahi, the No.8, he is different class, would I take him at Arsenal? Definitely! With that performance and what I’ve seen of him in this tournament, he’s not fazed by big games, the biggest game for his country maybe ever.”

He further continued,

“He just looked so comfortable, he was always on the half-turn and looking to probe and try to get balls in behind the full-backs. Amrabat, he’s a player, too. If I was Arsenal I’d be looking at him. Central midfield, he can get his foot in. A very good player.”

Arsenal are currently sitting at the top of the Premier League table. They have impressed everybody with their performance this season. Arsenal missed the Champions League spot by losing to their London rivals Tottenham. This season Arsenal have shown their will to gain a spot in the Champions League next season. The Gunners might even challenge the title race this season if they continued to perform the same after the Premier League resumes.

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