Iwobi Named In Arsenal's 25-Man Tour Squad To Singapore, Akpom Omitted Amid Transfer LinkPublished: July 20, 2018
Arsenal have more or less confirmed a summer move is on the cards for Super Eagles hopeful Chuba Akpom, with the Hale End Academy product left out of the squad for their tour of Singapore.
Akpom, who trained with the Nigerian National Team in March 2017 along with Ola Aina, is close to completing a switch to Belgian First Division club, Sint-Truiden, according to the Independent UK.
The 22-year-old made his professional debut for the Gunners in a Premier League clash against Sunderland in September 2013 and is set to depart the club with twelve first team appearances under his belt.
Nigeria international Alex Iwobi will be in Arsenal's 25-man traveling party to Singapore despite missing the start of pre-season training due to his participation in the 2018 World Cup.
According to www. arsenal.com, the squad leaves London on Sunday to play two matches in Singapore as part of the International Champions Cup.
They will face Atletico Madrid on Thursday, July 26 before tackling Paris Saint Germain on Saturday, July 28.
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