While Arsenal fans are desperately hoping Wenger will sign a world class striker this summer, the club has secretly moved quickly to sign one for the future. JAPAN striker Takuma Asano concedes joining Arsenal has permitted him to satisfy his aspiration to play abroad. Takuma Asano is satisfied to have the opportunity to play supervises at Arsenal – reports suggests.
The Gunners yesterday confirmed securing the 21-year-old from Sanfrecce Hiroshima. Asano still needs to pass medical with the North London club and be conceded worldwide freedom. Be that as it may, the Japan International has discussed his enthusiasm to get his profession with Arsene Wenger’s side in progress.
“I am happy that I can have a test abroad, which I have constantly needed” – Takuma Asano said
“I want to play aggressively.
“I want to score many goals on the pitch, performing with my quick moves and eagerness.”
Asano has won the J1 League twice with Sanfrecce Hiroshima and a year ago was voted as the league’s rookie of the year after scoring nine goals in 34 appearances.
He made his Japan debut in August 2015 and has gone ahead to win five tops for his nation.
In any case, while Asano is quick to escape, Wenger has depicted the striker as a possibility for what’s to come.
He said: “Takuma is a talented young striker and very much one for the future.
“He has had an impressive start to his career in Japan and we look forward to him developing over the next couple of years.”