EXCLUSIVE NEWS: announced by football guru Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal fans have been sent into a frenzy after the club announced the signing of a young Brazilian winger who has been touted as the ‘heir to Martinelli’. The 18-year-old, who has already attracted interest from a number of top clubs, is said to be an exciting talent with the potential to be a future captain for the Gunners. Fans go wild as club announces ‘heir to Martinelli’, Future captain’ joins the Gunners.

Ligue 2 supporters of Angers have come to believe that Jean-Matteo Bahoya, the team's best player, is about to leave, with Arsenal being one of the teams interested in the winger.


The 18-year-old forward has made a significant impact in the French second division this season, catching the eye with five goals and two assists in 19 appearances for Angers. His notable performances have garnered attention from prominent clubs such as AC Milan, Eintracht Frankfurt, and VfB Stuttgart, with Arsenal also expressing interest. Seen as a potential successor to Gabriel Martinelli, the Gunners are monitoring his progress closely.

Speculation about his departure intensified as reports suggested that Bahoya might be on the move this month. Recent squad announcements from Angers fueled these rumors, particularly his absence from the team facing Quevilly-Rouen in Ligue 2. Angers fans, fearing the worst, voiced their concerns on social media, expressing the belief that Bahoya’s departure was imminent.

Contrary to Arsenal’s hopes, a new update from L’Equipe indicates that Frankfurt is poised to secure the young attacker. The Bundesliga club has reportedly negotiated a deal exceeding €10 million with Angers, and it’s anticipated that Bahoya will complete his move to Frankfurt in the upcoming days. This development challenges the expectations of Arsenal supporters who had envisioned Bahoya as a potential addition to their squad.

As the transfer saga unfolds, it appears that Bahoya’s promising talent will be showcased in the Bundesliga rather than at the Emirates Stadium. The impending move to Frankfurt, with a substantial transfer fee involved, underlines the growing recognition of the young player’s abilities and highlights the competitive nature of the transfer market among top European clubs.

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