- Nigerian star Onuachu has attracted the attention of top managers in Europe
- The Super Eagles star has 31 goals and four assists in all competitions this campaign
- Paul is however looking to impress Arsenal chiefs as playing for the Gunners will be huge for him
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Nigerian forward Paul Onuachu says playing for Premier League side Arsenal would be a 'dream' come true for him.
The 26-year-old has been super impressive for his Belgian club side Genk this campaign - scoring 31 goals and four assists in 36 appearances in all competitions.
He also helped them finish fourth on the table while the Cristal Arena outfit won their first silverware since 2019 following their Belgian Cup triumph.
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Onuachu's performances have drawn top coaches to his attention and his present club isn't sure if he will still be their player next season despite having a deal with them until 2024.
However, out of all the suitors the striker is getting, he revealed that he is doing all he could to get his beloved Gunners to look his way.
The former FC Midtjylland player was quoted by SunSport while speaking with Sporza in an interview, saying:
"I really like Arsenal. Emmanuel Adebayor, one of the players I admired most, played there. I really was a fan of him, including Nwankwo Kanu. I really love watching Arsenal too."
The attacker has scored three goals in 11 appearances for his national team - two of which came in the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Lesotho and the Niger Republic late last month.
Onuachu joined Genk from Midtjylland in a deal around €6 million in 2019 and he has proven way more than the amount they paid for him after just two seasons.
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Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian international Paul Onuachu helped Genk to a 2-1 win against Standard Liege in the final of the Belgian Cup at the Stade Roi Baudouin, Brussel on Sunday, April 25.
The Super Eagles forward was in action for 90 minutes in the thrilling encounter. His international teammate Cyriel Dessers was an unused substitute for Genk.
Yunja Ito put Genk ahead in the 48th minute, while Theo Bongonda doubled the advantage in the 81st minute.