Arsenal target Henry Onyekuru has revealed that whilst he is desperate to seal a move to the Premier League amidst the interest from the Gunners, it may not be as simple as it sounds.
The Eupen winger, who has exploded onto the scene with 24 goals in all competitions for the Belgian side this season, has been linked with a move to both Arsenal and London rivals West Ham, but has admitted he has received interest from across Europe already.
Speaking to So Foot (via Sport Witness), the 19-year-old admitted there could be a problem with the deal:
“I want to be the first player from Aspire [former club] to sign in a big club.
“My absolute dream is the English league. I know there could be issues because I’ll struggle to get the work permit, since I don’t have any caps with Nigeria. Yet.
“But if a club is really interested, they will find a solution. They’ll spend more money if they have to! I’m also getting offers from Germany, Russia, Spain and Scotland. I don’t want to rush.”
Whilst the Nigerian has previously been linked with a move to the likes of Liverpool and Celtic, being a life-long Arsenal fan should the club find a way around the work-permit issues there should be nothing standing in their way.