According to the Mirror, Arsenal has their eyes set on Donyell Malen, a £50million-rated striker playing for PSV Eindhoven. That comes only two years after allowing the talented Dutchman to go back to Holland through a £500,000. Arsenal sold the young hitman to PSV Eindhoven in 2017 since the player needed more minutes on the field, which they couldn’t provide for him.However, the club is now regretting the decision.

This Season, Malen recorded 13 appearances and scored ten goals, including a five-goal haul to win over Vitesse this month. The Dutchman also marked his debut in his international senior career with a goal in the Netherlands’ 4-2 victory over Germany in the Euros qualifier. Eindhoven believes Malen is now worth 100 times what they paid for him, just like the rise of the worth of the bet9ja promotion code, which now it’s even more worthy to use.

Eindhoven has received over 45 clubs asking to get updates on their plans for the 20-year-old Dutch star. The Netherlands striker was dubbed the Thiery Henry of the new era during his time with the Gunner’s youth team, and his talent has only grown bigger since moving back to Holland. While with Arsenal, Malen featured in two pre-season friendlies before transferring to PSV during the 2017 summer transfer window.

Malen became the first player to score five goals in a single Eredivisie match since Marco van Basten who achieved the feat 35 years ago. The 20-year-old rising star started his football career in the Ajax academy, playing for the same junior team as Justin Kluivert and Matthijs de Ligt. However, he chose to join Arsenal at the age of 16 years to follow in the footsteps his role model, Dennis Bergkamp who also played for the Gunners.

The move to the Gunners came with lack of first-team opportunities under the management of Coach Arsene Wenger. While the coach was quick to admit that Malen showed a lot of a, he didn’t have enough first-team chances, even though he wanted to improve his talent at Arsenal.

Reportedly, Liverpool is also interested in the former Arsenal starlet following his heroic acts that first-team brought PSV Eindhoven a lot of goals. Allegedly, the Reds have been looking for striking reinforcements to take Roberto Firmino’s place as Divock Origi is not the man for the job. However, Arsenal has refuted the claims that Liverpool is monitoring the PSV wonder-kid after an electric season Light in the Eredivisie.

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