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JUST IN: Edu Gasper, the Sporting Director of Arsenal, sent a scout to observe a 24-year-old player. The player has an extremely unique and brilliant style of play, making him a nightmare for opponents to deal with.

JUST IN: Edu Gasper, the Sporting Director of Arsenal, sent a scout to observe a 24-year-old player. The player has an extremely unique and brilliant style of play, making him a nightmare for opponents to deal with.

JUST IN: This afternoon, a scout from Arsenal was sent to observe a 24-year-old player by Arsenal Sporting Director Edu Gasper. The player has an extremely unique and brilliant style of play, making him a nightmare for opponents to deal with.

Arsenal scouts will watch Fenerbahçe defender Ferdi Kadioglu in action today against Hatayspor in Turkey, as Edu sent them to watch the 24-year-old today because he is a “nightmare” to be around.

The Gunners have shown interest in the 24-year-old defender for more than a month. It appears that Arsenal is still interested in signing him after reports of their interest surfaced last month.

Scouts from Arsenal will observe Ferdi Kadioglu.

Regardless of how this season ends, Arsenal will have a busy transfer window this summer.

It’s highly likely that Mikel Arteta will sign a new midfielder and striker in addition to expecting to add a winger.

Arsenal does not require a new defender if everyone is fit, but Ferdi Kadioglu is being considered by the Gunners, according to information released this week by the Turkish Star.

Over the past season, the 24-year-old has performed admirably for Fenerbahçe. He is progressing quite well, and it won’t be long before he plays for a larger team.

According to the report, Kadioglu is attracting interest from Arsenal and Napoli. Later today, Ed Gaspar’s scouts will visit the Mersin Arena to observe the Turk up close as he faces Hatayspor.

Analytics FC refers to Kadioglu as a “nightmare,” and this summer, he will finish the last two years of his contract.

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