Arsenal enter talks with Amario Cozier-Duberry amid interest from clubs in the Premier League and across Europe

Several teams are monitoring the situation.

Arsenal enter talks with Amario Cozier-Duberry amid interest from clubs in the Premier League and across Europe
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Amario Cozier-Duberry’s current deal expires at the end of the season (Picture: Getty)

Arsenal have entered talks with wonderkid Amario Cozier-Duberry over a new contract amid interest from several rival clubs, according to reports.

Cozier-Duberry, who can operate as a winger or attacking midfielder, is wanted by teams in the Premier League and across Europe, who are monitoring his situation.

It has been reported that discussions are ongoing between the club and the 18-year-old and Arsenal are plotting further talks in the coming weeks and months.

Cozier-Duberry’s current deal expires at the end of the season and Arsenal are keen to keep the talented youngster at the Emirates.

He joined Arsenal’s Hale End academy at the age of 14 in 2019 after the Gunners poached him from Chettle Court Rangers.

While he is yet to make his professional senior debut, he has featured for the Arsenal first team in friendly matches and has impressed in the club’s youth sides.

The England U19 international has been described as ‘unplayable’ and a player who can ‘make things happen’ by Arsenal U18s boss Jack Wilshere.

Cozier-Duberry played a key role during Arsenal’s 2022-23 FA Youth Cup campaign, registering five goals and three assists across six matches before the north Londoners lost to West Ham in the final.

He signed his maiden professional deal with the first team in June 2022 and was part of the pre-season squad which toured across the United States this summer.

Cozier-Duberry will next be hoping to make his professional debut for Arsenal having been an unused substitute in several Premier League matches last term.

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