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Arsenal to bring back ‘rejected’ player amidst West Ham interest

Timothy Aiyeku

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English Premier League club Arsenal are reportedly planning to bring back QPR’s winger Eberechi Eze to the club in the summer transfer window.

The Nigerian international was at the Emirates Stadium, a few years ago with the Arsenal Academy but was released alongside other players before he joined QPR.

The winger has now become a force to reckon with as a number of English Premier League sides are lined up to bring him to the top flight with West Ham United reported as the major contender.

However, the Gunners may take advantage of their previous relationship with the Nigerian international winger to ensure a return to the Emirates Stadium after his impressive season with QPR.

It would be recalled that Eberechi Eze expressed his love for Arsenal when he stated that he cried when he was released by the Gunners. He could consider a return to fulfil his dream of a return to the Emirates Stadium.

The Guardian claims West Ham United are major contenders for the Championship player but they will have to pay the £20 million asking price for Eberechi Eze before he would be allowed to leave.

Should Arsenal table the £20 million for his service, there is no doubt he would consider a return to the Emirates Stadium.

Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.