- Oma Rekik could finally seal a deal to Arsenal during the January transfer window
- The 18-year-old narrowly missed in signing for the Gunners on the last transfer deadline day
- Rekik is a left-sided centre-back and currently plays for German side Hertha Berlin
Omar Rekik is close to joining Arsenal in January as reports claim the Gunners have agreed to snap up the youngster from Hertha Berlin.
The north London club have been strongly linked with the 18-year-old before the end of the summer transfer window.
But a deal for the centre-back could not be struck on deadline day as the Tunisian star remains with the German club.
According to Football London, all is now set for Arsenal to land their man and it is understood that part of the opportunity for him is to regularly train with the first team.
Reports also stated that Rekik will be loaned out to another Bundesliga club to develop his game and have valuable experience.
Though the Tunisian is yet to experience first-team football with Hertha, he has featured on the bench three times without making a substitute appearance.
The left-sided defender is expected to become Mikel Arteta's seventh signing in the 12 months and Rekik will be drafted into their U23 side coached by Per Mertesacker.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has taken the positive side of their unpleasant welcome at the airport ahead of their AFCON 2022 qualifier against the Gambia.
The Gabonese team had defeated their opponents by 2-0 a few days earlier with Aubameyang among the scorers.
But as the Arsenal captain and the rest of the team arrived at the Banjul International Airport on Sunday, November 15, they experienced a delay.
Legit.ng also reported that Arsenal defender Cedric Soares and his wife Filipa Brandao have been blessed with a baby girl they christened Siena.
The Portuguese star has had so many troubles getting his place into the national team that he helped win the Euro 2016 tournament.
But the 29-year-old has got his career back on track at the Emirates despite his struggles with Inter Milan and Premier League side Southampton.
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