Talented Concord Rangers striker Temi Babalola has stated that he dreams of playing at English Premier League outfit Arsenal, adding that his dad and mum were fans of the North London outfit.
He also added that his wish is to play for the North London outfit and help them win the Champions League in the future, knowing that the Gunners team have not won the prestigious title in their club history.
“Growing up in my house everyone supported Arsenal – my mom, my dad, my brothers, even me.
“If I have to play for any team, my dream would be to play for Arsenal, help them win the Champions League that they are missing,” Babalola said.
Temi Babalola is a target of football League clubs Luton Town and Ipswich Town and there are possibilities that he could play there in the nearest future but that will not stop his dream of playing for the Gunners as well.
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“They are both very good clubs, two different levels – one of them plays in League One, one of them plays in the Championship,” Babalola told allnigeriasoccer.com.
“It would be nice to play in the Championship, get a good number of appearances but sometimes it is not all about the level.
“If you play at a team where you can express yourself and you can gain a lot of experience especially at a young age it’s very good for you as well.”
However, Temi Babalola said his attributes as a striker are his strength, speed, and technicalities. He added that he is good on the ball and very mobile, stressing that it has been helpful in helping to score goals.
Meanwhile, the North London outfit have not had their attention on the young striker but that does not rule out a deal for the 19-year-old in the future.