- Owen Otasowie is reportedly eyed by European powerhouses including PSG and Arsenal
- The 18-year-old wonderkid's stellar form for Wolves is said to have also caught the attention of Schalke and Liverpool
- The promising defender is eligible to play for England, Nigeria or the United States
Arsenal have reportedly joined European powerhouses Liverpool and Paris-Saint-Germain for the signing of Wolverhampton wonderkind Owen Otasowie.
The 18-year-old has been impressive for Wolves' Under-23s and his stellar performance has since caught the eyes of European top flights.
Otasowie, who is eligible to play for England, Nigeria or the United States, is also being pursued by German club Schalke.
The 18-year-old starlet can operate as a centre-back but his versatility can also see him deployed as a midfielder.
With the German side Schalke intensifying efforts to bring the defender to Bundesliga in the next summer, Arsenal are reported to be leading race for the signing of the wonderkid in England.
Unai Emery's porous backline has seen the North London side slip down on the table but the Spaniard manager is eyeing a move for Otasowie whose contract expires this summer with Molineux.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool are also said to be monitoring the performance of the defender and should he fail to extend his contract with Wolves, he may end up playing for the Premier League top side.
Otasowie is reportedly limited to bench appearances, having managed just 86 minutes across four games in the Premier League 2 and this may force him to switch side to one of the suitors.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Arsenal have been told to table a massive £50million and Xhaka for the service of outstanding Super Eagles midfielder Wilfred Ndidi.
The 22-year-old football star caught the attention of Gunners fans after his stellar performance in Leicester City's 9-0 demolition of their Premier League rivals Southampton on Friday night, October 25, in an history-making outing.
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