- A midfield star has issued a ‘come and get me’ plea to Premier League clubs.
- Arsenal and Manchester City have both been liked with the talented star.
- Omar Abdulrahman was crowned the 2016 Asian player of the year and has been heavily linked to both Manchester City and Arsenal in recent seasons.
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The talented attacking midfielder Omar Abdulrahman has issued a come and get me plea to Premier League clubs having already been linked with Manchester City and Arsenal.
The star has been compared to Lionel Messi due to his quick feet and attacking creativity and he has even drawn comparisons himself to Liverpool’s Mohammed Salah after the Egyptian has taken the Premier League by storm since arriving from Roma last summer.
A report from the Sun has stated that Abdulrahman is desperate for a move to the Premier League having already had a trial with Manchester City in 2013.
The report also states that Arsenal have been known to be closely monitoring the star.
Abdulrahman currently plays for UAE club Al Ain and has won nine trophies in the eleven years he has been at the club. However, the star’s contract is due to run out next summer with him desperately eyeing a move to Europe.
The Saudi Arabian is already 26-years-old and it would appear that this could be his last opportunity to attract a major English club.
Whether the likes of Pep Guardiola or Arsene Wenger will have their heads turned to pursue the star is certainly a completely different matter to the star’s desire to represent the British elite.
Without having proven himself already at a top European club as of yet it could be a huge gamble for a major club to take him on.