£43M Arsenal signing ‘very good addition’ to Gunners squad fans ahead of potential move

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Mikel Arteta has been encouraged to bring Nico Williams to Arsenal at some point this transfer window.

The 21-year-old has banged in seven goals and grabbed 16 assists in 34 appearances for Athletic Bilbao this season across all fronts and is a player that is attracting some of the games biggest clubs.

It is no secret that Mikel Arteta is looking to add some more quality to his attack when the transfer window opens up and is keen to bolster his squad with another winger – to help cove injuries etc.

A report from Football Transfers claims the Gunners want to add the Athletic Bilbao wideman to their ranks, but they will have to move fast because Chelsea are also said to be interested and ready tp pay big money to get a deal done.

Now – amid all the speculation and rumours – Petit has urged ARSENAL to sign the Spanish star – Speaking to Betway, Emmanuel Petit said: “Would Nico Williams be a good fit at Arsenal? Absolutely, he’s been one of the best young players in Spain this season.

‘He’s fast, powerful and always runs towards the goal and facing defenders with great skills and dribbling.

“He can play on the right or left and every time I watch Athletic, they always give him the ball because he’s so good at facing two defenders.

“He’d be a very good addition to any team as his skills are devastating. I love players who are always provoking defenders.

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The numbers from Williams are amazing – the lad is amazing and under the guidance of Mikel Arteta – he could develop into a class winger.

But with the wingers that Arsenal already have in the side – does he really want to sit on the ARSENAL bench?


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