English Premier League outfit Arsenal will have the opportunity of earning the sum of £1.1 million from the sale of their former player Chuba Akpom as entailed in his contract while leaving the Emirates Stadium.
It is reported that the 24-year-old will pitch tent with Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium for a fee of £2.75 million in the coming days.
The Gunners had a clause his contract that has them earn 40% of his fee in the move, according to 101 Great Goals and that is already happening with the player set to dump Greece outfit PAOK after spending two years with the club.
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In his two-year spell with the Greece outfit, the former Arsenal player was able to net 18 goals in 79 matches, giving him and that chapter might be coming to an end this summer window.
Meanwhile, Chuba Akpom is one of the young players in Arsenal that showed great prospects under former manager Arsene Wenger but failed to live it. He was made to leave the club as he could not break into the first team.
The North London outfit is not only known for the development of players, it is also known for giving young players the opportunity to express themselves.