“After all I did to convince him to join Man United, he still chose Arsenal over us”: Hojlund confirmed that his £30m Danish teammate, Tristan Panduro, is set to sign for Arsenal in January.
Panduro was in the stands to watch the Arsenal vs. Brighton game.
Arsenal seems to be on the verge of securing the signing of Danish wonderkid Tristan Panduro, who attended Sunday’s victory over Brighton and Hove Albion at the Emirates Stadium.
Gabriel Jesus and Kai Havertz found the net in the second half, securing a 2-0 win for Arsenal and taking advantage of Manchester City dropping points against Crystal Palace.
Unbeknownst to Arsenal fans, a potential signing, Tristan Panduro, was reportedly in the stands observing the Gunners, hinting at a possible move.
Tristan Panduro, nearing an Arsenal move, reportedly watched Arsenal’s victory over Brighton on Sunday, according to Football Transfers.
The FC Copenhagen teenager is said to be currently on trial with Arsenal and is moving closer to a transfer to North London.
While Barcelona, Manchester City, and Real Madrid have shown interest in signing Panduro, the 15-year-old appears poised to reject their advice and choose Arsenal.
Despite strong recommendations to stay with Copenhagen for a little longer, Panduro dreams of becoming a Premier League player, and Arsenal is offering him that opportunity.
Tristan Panduro, the midfielder who previously played for Odense and joined Copenhagen in 2022, has attracted attention.
His father, Morten, was a former footballer, playing for Odense, Fredericia, and Dalum, among other Danish clubs.
Panduro now represents Denmark’s Under-16s but is also eligible to play for England through his mother’s side.
Panduro’s potential move to Arsenal could see him team up with Chido Obi-Martin, a similar prospect who plays for Denmark at the youth level but could switch to represent England.
This pairing could offer Mikel Arteta and his team a dynamic duo to develop for years to come.