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The European Championships are one of the biggest events in world sport, garnering hundreds of millions of viewers every edition but even the Euros felt the effect of the COVID-19 virus that has completely altered the day to day lives of most Europeans.
The 'Daily Mail' says that the Nigerian Federation are trying to tempt Bukayo Saka of Arsenal to play for them instead of England. Saka has already played for England at youth level.
Arsenal climbed back into the race to qualify for the Champions League as Bukayo Saka's first Premier League goal inspired a crucial 2-0 win against Wolves on Saturday.
Arsenal are working on the contract renewal of Bukayo Saka, a young 18 year-old who is shining in the first team. The aim, according to 'The Sun', is that extend his contract until 2026: in other words, for another six seasons.
Bukayo Saka is enjoying an impressive rise to prominence and he was effective again on Thursday, pleasing Bernd Leno and Mikel Arteta.
Bukayo Saka has just over a year left on his Arsenal contract, but Mikel Arteta is not concerned about the prospect of youngsters leaving.
Arsenal's Bukayo Saka and Eddie Nketiah gave a glimpse of their potential as the youngsters fired their side into the FA Cup fifth round with a 2-1 win against Bournemouth on Monday.
Arsenal came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 at Standard Liege and make sure of a place in the Europa League last 32 as Group F winners on Thursday.
In the last few hours, Arsenal's young promise, Bukayo Saka has spoken about the difficulty he has in understanding the team's Spanish coach Unai Emery, who has not dodged the criticism, saying: "I am going to improve, but my English is only a 6 out of 10".
Unai Emery has made just one change to his starting XI from the side that drew with Watford last weekend for the visit of Aston Villa.