Man City player Phil Foden CONFIRMED his £40m international teammate has accepted to join Arsenal over Man City despite trying so hard to persuade him to stay. “It’s His choice. You can force the Horse to the river but you can’t compel Him to drink it,” Foden said.
This year, Arsenal and Manchester City may be vying for the championship, but it also appears that they will compete for players.
At the moment, both of the Premier League’s juggernauts are appealing to prospective new recruits, and it appears that they may compete for the services of teenage midfielder Noel Buck.
City and Arsenal are two teams that are currently keeping tabs on Buck, according to Tom Bogert of The Athletic.
Noel Buck is wanted by Arsenal and Manchester City.
The Athletic’s Bogert claims that the Gunners and City enjoy the way Buck looks. According to reports, the New England Revolution might get a sum of between £4 and £7 million if he decides to leave the team.
Buck, who is only 18 years old but has dual citizenship, has already caught the attention of England manager Gareth Southgate after being granted the opportunity to play for the England under-19 team. Of course, he was still eligible to represent the USA.
The young midfielder appears to already be under pressure given that USMNT manager Gregg Berhalter described him as a “really strong” player.
“He’s been wonderful. He has shown great strength. He and I have spoken. England has shown interest, which I think is fantastic. When a nation like England is watching you, that is a great accomplishment, Berhalter remarked.
I’ve spoken with him and informed him that, based on his current play, we believe he has a chance to contend for a spot on the World Cup team in 2026. We can see that he can be competitive and fight for a spot on the roster if he keeps growing at that rate.
The finest English clubs competing for young talent is fantastic, and this shows how far the MLS has come in recent years.
Numerous American players who have moved to England have succeeded, and it appears that Noel Buck will be the next to do so.
Undoubtedly, he would benefit greatly from a transfer to City or Arsenal. Buck would undoubtedly be thrilled to sign for either of these big teams with a great history.