Anderlecht midfielder Andy Najar has dropped a major hint that he may be heading to Arsenal in the future, by revealing that the Gunners are his dream club, according to the Daily Mirror.
Despite admitting his desire to play at the Emirates more regularly in the future – having featured at the ground for the Belgian club against Arsene Wenger’s side in this season’s Champions League – the Mirror reported that he has also been on the radar of their North London rivals.
In 2011, the Honduran had a trial at White Hart Lane, and despite not signing him up then, Tottenham’s scouts have been to watch him more recently.
His return into the thoughts of the two Premier League clubs came after the 22-year-old had a good World Cup for his country. He continued his decent form for his club – for whom he signed from MLS side DC United in 2013 – and actually scored against Arsenal during the return group stage defeat earlier this season.