Chelsea move for Arsenal record breaker as Gunners finalise Kai Havertz transfer

Ethan Nwaneri, a standout player for Arsenal, is reportedly a target for Chelsea during the summer transfer window.

According to recent sources, Chelsea is interested in signing Ethan Nwaneri, a promising player for Arsenal.

Ethan made his first-team Arsenal debut in a 3-0 victory over Brentford in October of last year. At only 15 years and 181 days old, he became the youngest player to ever play in the English top division with his substitution appearance.

Although the gifted youngster has continued to grow in the north Londoners’ youth program, he hasn’t since appeared for Mikel Arteta’s team. His future has recently been the subject of speculation, and now, according to transfer expert Felix Johnston, London rivals Chelsea have made an approach to bring him to Stamford Bridge.

 

Johnston announced on Twitter that Chelsea had made a proposal to Arsenal prodigy Ethan Nwaneri. Nwaneri has not yet committed to Arsenal on a scholarship.

Jack Wilshere, the head coach of the under-18 team, has frequently praised Nwaneri and is eager for the young midfielder to remain with the Gunners. In an interview with football.london about the 16-year-old, Wilshere said: “I don’t get engaged in that. We’ve done things the way we think is important for Ethan. It is not for me; rather, it is for Per or Mikel.

Chelsea move for Arsenal record breaker Ethan Nwaneri as ‘offer tabled’

“With Ethan, all I’m concerned about is how we can support him when he joins the first team. Of course, he’s still in school because he’s so young. Mikel claims that “he gets it,” which is why it’s crucial that we communicate in the same football lingo as the first squad.

If we don’t talk about those things and Ethan goes over there and Mikel tells him, “Right, do this,” Ethan would be asking, “What?!,” as you may have seen in the documentary.

“That’s what we, as coaches, concentrate on with Ethan, trying to give him the best platform and a clear brain. He has excelled in both the Youth Cup and, to be fair, in all of his other endeavors, including managing his time at school and completing his GCSEs. He also performs well in school, which is crucial since, as Per adamantly holds, “better people, better players.”

When people start talking about him on social media, it’s definitely a new world for him. Will he stay or will he leave? being able to do that and yet perform well in the Youth Cup. I wish him the best in anything he accomplishes because of the sacrifices he has made.

Nwaneri will undoubtedly be a target for Arsenal, although in recent years, players have frequently played for both the Gunners and Chelsea. In reality, Arteta’s team is acquiring Kai Havertz from the Blues for £60 million, plus $5 million in add-ons.

 

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