Arsenal are reportedly nearing the completion of a deal to sign Tristan Panduro, a highly-touted young midfielder from FC Copenhagen, following his attendance at the recent match against Brighton, indicating a potential imminent move to the North London club.

Jack Wilshere managing the Arsenal u18s (Photo via Arsenal Academy on Twitter)
Jack Wilshere managing the Arsenal u18s (Photo via Arsenal Academy on Twitter)

Arsenal are reportedly on the verge of securing the signature of FC Copenhagen‘s young talent Tristan Panduro, who was present during Arsenal‘s recent 2-0 victory over Brighton and Hove Albion at the Emirates Stadium.

Panduro was in the stands, watching the team he might soon join, as they clinched a win against Brighton, with goals from Gabriel Jesus and Kai Havertz in the second half.

This win was especially significant as it coincided with Manchester City dropping points against Crystal Palace while Liverpool dropped points at home to Manchester United.

It is understood that Panduro is currently on trial at Arsenal and is leaning heavily towards a move to join the Gunners, drawn by the prospect of playing in the Premier League.

Despite interests from other major clubs such as Barcelona, Manchester City, and Real Madrid, Panduro favours Arsenal over others.

People close to Panduro have reportedly suggested he stay with FC Copenhagen for further development, but Arsenal‘s offer seems too enticing for the youngster.

Born to Danish U21 international Morten Panduro, the young Panduro has roots in England through his mother, making him eligible to play for England. Panduro currently represents Denmark’s Under-16 team.

His football journey began with Odense before joining FC Copenhagen in 2022.

His potential move to Arsenal will see him join forces with Chido Obi-Martin, another young talent with a similar dual-nationality background.