Udinese attacking midfielder Panos Armenakas has revealed that he’s be an Arsenal fan for long while also claiming that it’s his dream to plight his trade in the Premier League.
The 18-year-old already has an impressive resume to his name which inlcudes training with Barcelona at the age of six and joining Watford’s academy at the age if 13.
The youngster then joined Serie A giants Udinese, where he has emerged as one of the most exciting youngsters in Italy.
Panos originally is of Greek descent who was born in California, and is now representing Australia at the international level.
The attacker claims a move to the Premier League is his dream with Arsenal being his preferred destination. According to reports in The Metro, he said:
What does my future hold? I’m an Arsenal fan, and the Premier League is a dream, as is La Liga or Serie A
The youngster started out with street football on insistence of his father, who wanted his son to emulate the Brazilian style of play.
He is primarily a left winger but can also ply his trade on the right. He can also be deployed behind the striker, but has hardly featured during his short professional career.
It would take a lot of effort for the attacker to realise his dream, but he has the stage set to prove himself in one of the top leagues.
It remains to be seen whether he will catch the eye of Arsene Wenger or any of scouting network any time soon, but the youngster has many traits to prove his talents.
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