The Arsenal wonderkid is on the radar of England National team as  confirmed by National U-21 team coach Aidy Boothroyd.

Nigerian-english Born Winger Bukayo saka has been a revelation this season after showing a couple of interesting displays for Arsenal Football Club under head coach Unai Emery which is seeing gradually break into the First Team.

Bukayo Saka has featured for England Across U-16 to U-19 level featuring 24 times and scoring 5goals. There's been different speculations surrounding his preferred National team being Eligible to feature for both Nigeria and England. Recently, head coach of the U-21 England National team has come out to speak on Bukayo possibly committing to England after making it known that the English National team are keeping an Eye on him. According to the coach, " He (Bukayo Saka) is definitely on the radar. I saw him play Against Nottingham Forest. I know what  he's all about. He'll do well Enough before long" Aidy Boothroyd told Journalists.

The Nigerian Footbal l Federation (NFF) is also putting a close watch at the current situation of the Youngster

Similar case was recorded between Fikayo Tomori and Tammy Abraham of which both settled for the English National after being handed a call-up by head coach Southgate which saw a mix reaction from super eagles legend Nwakwo Kanu .Tammy Abraham has been Automatically ruled for a possible switch for Nigeria after given 3 minutes in his debut game . Fikayo on the other hand is yet to feature for the English side which sees him still eligible to feature for the Super eagles.

Nigeria would be looking to capture the youngster and avoid another talent slip away from them, at least not to England Again! The Arrival of Bukayo Saka would add to the Eagles squad depth and provide competition with regulars like Moses Simon, Alex iwobi and Samuel Chukwueze , who was recently snubbed for the 2019 Golden Boy award Nominees. Also it was recently reported that Former Arsenal player who was also in the Mix up between Nigeria and England has finally decided to dump the English side.