Alex Iwobi set for second bumper pay rise this year... as Arsenal move to keep Hector Bellerin from Barcelona
Arsenal starlet Alex Iwobi is in line for a bumper pay rise following his rapid rise to prominence.
The Nigeria international only penned his current £25,000-per-week deal in April.
But having established himself as a vital part of Arsene Wenger’s starting XI, the 20-year-old is in line for another extension which will represent his new status in the club’s first-team plans.
IWOBI LEAGUE STATS 16/17 Appearances: 5
Shot accuracy: 33 per cent
Chances created: 7
Pass accuracy: 86 per cent
Duels won: 58 per cent
Red/yellow cards: 1/0
Iwobi will double his current wage and can expect... read more
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