Check Out How Arsenal Sign 9-year-old Nigerian Boy

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Premier League side, Arsenal have signed another nine-year-old Nigerian superkid, Muhammed Sada, into their academy.

Reports has it that the Nigerian boy, who came from Zaria in Kaduna State, signed for the North London club in the presence of his mother and grandmother.

Sada was handed jersey number 9 for the Gunners after spending five weeks on trial under the watch of the club’s academy manager and former defender, Peter Mertesacker.

A statement by the Information Officer at the Department of Public Affairs, Kaduna Government House, Abdallah Yunus Abdallah, reads: “Arsenal FC have signed a 9-year-old Nigerian.

“Munir Muhammed Sada an indigene of Zaria LG of Kaduna State is expected to be playing for the youth soccer team of Arsenal FC.”

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