News Arsenal set price for Brentford target Folarin Balogun

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Arsenal set price for Brentford target Folarin Balogun

News Arsenal set price for Brentford target Folarin Balogun

Arsenal have set their price for Brentford target Folarin Balogun.

Arsenal have set their price for Brentford target Folarin Balogun.

According to Sky Sports, Arsenal had informed Brentford they want £8million for rookie striker Balogun.

This is despite the 19-year-old never playing a first-team game and out of contract next summer.

Brentford, who will meet Fulham in the Championship play-off final, enquired about Balogun in January.

But despite the teenager never looking like getting a start for the Gunners, he was kept hold of.

Balogun is regarded as one of the most promising talents in the Arsenal academy, having gained a reputation as a deadly finisher in front of goal.

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