Arsenal join the race for West Brom starlet Reyes Cleary after the 17-year-old struck his 30th goal of the season against QPR… but Mikel Arteta will have to battle it out with Newcastle, Everton and Bayern Munich
- Arsenal have registered an interest in signing West Brom youngster Reyes Cleary
- The club have offered the sharp shooter a professional contract at West Brom
- Cleary has not yet agreed terms over a new deal with the Championship side
- The 17-year-old scored his 30th goal of the 2021-2022 season on Monday night
- He has picked up interest from Premier League giants and team from abroad
- German champions Bayern Munich are among those monitoring his situation
Arsenal are among a group of Premier League clubs taking a keen interest in West Brom youngster Reyes Cleary after he hit his 30th goal of the season on Monday.
West Brom have offered Cleary a professional contract and included him in first team squads this season. However, the 17-year old has yet to agree to sign and that situation, plus his powerful displays, have been attracting top clubs home and abroad, including German champions Bayern Munich.
Cleary scored twice on Monday as West Brom U23s knocked QPR out of the Premier League Cup. A sharp left footed finish and a curling right footed effort proved the foundation for Albion’s win and reaffirmed Cleary as a prospect to pursue for watching scouts.
Premier League giants Arsenal could make a move for West Brom youngster Reyes Cleary
The 17-year-old scored his 30th goal of the season on Monday night for the West Brom U23’s
As well as Arsenal, Southampton, Newcastle United and Everton have all expressed an interest in signing the stocky teenager while Bayer Leverkusen and Red Bull Salzburg have also watched him throughout the season.
They want to take him abroad with the offer of a faster route to first team football if he continues his current rate of development.
Arsenal and the other sides have registered their interest and are waiting to see what the youngster wants to do.
However, Mikel Arteta will have to battle it out with European clubs such as Bayern Munich