Arsenal sign youngster Guendouzi from Lorient

Matteo Guendouzi and Unai Emery

Arsenal have confirmed their second signing in as many days in the shape of France Under-20 global Matteo Guendouzi from Ligue 2 side Lorient.

The situation alerted Arsenal with Sky Italia journalist Gianluza Di Marzio claiming earlier this month that the Gunners were in pole position to sign Gomes after Unai Emery had identified him as a summer target.

Guendouzi, a France U20 worldwide, said that Arsenal is his dream club, one that he wanted to play for since childhood. "Winning silverware, as I said, is very important to me and winning things here at Arsenal would be incredible".

'It was hard for me to talk because receiving the call from a coach of such an important team generates many things.

The 19-year-old Frenchman arrives from Lorient with a high reputation after being courted by a number of major European clubs. I want to win titles, titles, titles. A lot of great players have played here.

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"With pressure I feel fine, but with pressure on myself, I don't".

During his career with Lorient, Guendouzi made a big impression after joining the Ligue 2 side from Paris Saint-Germain's academy.

'I was in a hotel with a friend, and I got nervous. "I like keeping possession and to play too".

And the midfielder believes his best quality is keeping the ball and passing. "The feeling that I have during games is bad".

"I'd say my main quality is keeping the ball and my passing".

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