- Munir Muhammad Sada has joined English club Arsenal and will play in the team’s kid’s academy according to sources
- In a statement cited on Abdallah Yunus Abdallah’s Facebook wall, Muhammad Sada hails from Kaduna state
- It was gathered that the chap started playing football as a career right from his primary school days
It was gathered that the chap’s father hails from Kaduna state, while his mother is from Katsina, all from the Northern part of the country.
In a statement by Abdallah Yunus Abdallah whose Facebook profile reads ‘information officer at the department of public affairs, govt house Kaduna', Munir is an indigene of Zaria.
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“Arsenal FC have signed a 9 year old Nigerian. Munnir Muhammed Sada an indigene of Zaria LG of Kaduna State is expected to be playing for the youth soccer team of Arsenal FC.”
Munir Muhammad Sada joined the Arsenal kid’s academy as he signed the contract in the presence of his parents and manager in England.
YamanNews via Naija_Footballers on Instagram claims that the footballer always had a dream of becoming a great football star like Messi.
He started playing football as a career right from his primary school, he became the best young player in his community, and now he is finally in England to pursue his dreams.
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The Gunners welcomed the trio of Gabriel Magalhaes, Thomas Partey, and Ben White back to training this week and could be in action for the club this weekend.
Partey is yet to play for the north Londoners this season after he picked an ankle injury during a friendly clash against rivals Chelsea back in August.
Gabriel is also yet to pull on the Arsenal shirt in four consecutive matches after suffering a knee injury in July while on international duty with Brazil.
New signings to make Premier League debut
Legit.ng earlier reported that Premier League's match-week four could be marked with new faces after clubs sealing deals for a number of players on transfer deadline day.
Arsenal, Chelsea, and Man United are among the top clubs that concluded deals before the window slam shut.
According to Express UK, a total of £1.1 billion was spent by clubs this summer, with fans now waiting with excitement to watch their new players.