Arsenal have been handed a come and get me plea by 21-year-old free-scoring forward ahead of the summer transfer window.
Michael Olunga – the self-proclaimed best player in his country – Kenya – has issues a come and get me plea to Arsenal manager Arsenal Wenger via popular social media platform YouTube.
The striker who also used the medium to profess his love for the Gunners insisted that all he needed was a chance to show what he’s got and believe he would repay the faith of the Arsenal management with his performances should he be given the opportunity.
Olunga is a Kenyan professional international with five goal to his name.
He currently plays for Gor Mahia in the Kenyan Premier League where he has reportedly scored 38; Olunga made his debut for the Kenya national team in a friendly against Seychelles at the Stade Linité in Victoria in March 2015.
He scored his first goal for the Harambee Stars in a 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualification match against Zambia, but could not help prevent his side falling to a 2–1 loss at the Nyayo National Stadium
Olunga is currently studying geospatial engineering at the Technical University of Kenya, where he enrolled in 2013 and is pursuing a Bachelor of Engineering degree. For this reason, he is regularly known as “The Engineer” by Kenyan football fans. He has stated that he looks up to Dutch striker Robin van Persie as a role model.
Check out the video below of Olunga’s abilities and comment if you feel he truly deserves a shot at Arsenal.
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