Previous Super Eagles chief, Kanu Nwankwo, has said Arsenal committed a major error by selling Alex Iwobi to Everton.
Kanu, addressing Goal, accepts the Gunners ought to have kept Iwobi, who was at the club since he was eight years.
Iwobi left the Emirates on due date day, in an arrangement that could in the end all out £40million ($49m).
Be that as it may, for Kanu, the choice to take advantage of the 23-year-old, was an off-base one.
“I would state they committed an error, 100 percent.
“Why they let him go, I don’t have a clue.
“He’s a kid who, in and out, is Arsenal. He constantly needed to do his best for the club. He cherishes the club, yet not just that he can play football.
“What he gets week, week out, the fans need to welcome that.
“I think he is as yet youthful and those are the sort of individuals you need in the group, individuals who grew up here, who knows it about the club and needs incredible the club.
“He was one of them, so for us to lose him and to release him, was a stun. I couldn’t generally accept we did it, however that is football,” he said.