Genk striker Paul Onuachu ‘hopes to end up at Arsenal’ this summer as he eyes a move away from the Belgian club.
That’s according to Voetbal Belgie, who say the Belgian side ‘would like’ to make €30m from any potential sale.
Onuachu has been in excellent form for Genk this season, with 32 goals and three assists in 37 games so far.
That has seen him earning plenty of attention, as well as media coverage, where he has shared his love for Arsenal on more than one occasion.
They are yet to be properly linked with a move, but Voetbal Belgie say he remains hopeful of one happening nonetheless.
They explain that the striker is ‘willing and able’ to take his career a step further this summer, and after an impressive campaign, he is ‘courted by several clubs’.
Thus is appears to be the perfect time for Genk to get a sale and they believe ‘now is the time cash in on’ the forward, especially given he only managed ten goals in 29 games last year.
He has a market value of €17m, but that’s a price that will increase, and Genk would actually like to get as much as €30m if they sanction a deal.
That’s a big price to pay, and there’s no mention of whether anyone will pay, but it’s made clear Onuachu ‘hopes’ that Arsenal will come in and he will end up there.