‘Worth £200m’: Jamie O’Hara makes claims about Arsenal player, 21

TalkSPORT pundit Jamie O’Hara has said Arsenal winger Bukayo Saka is worth £200million.

The former Tottenham Hotspur player has praised Arsenal and England international winger Bukayo Saka talkSPORT (7:09 p.m., August 12, 2023).

O’Hara shared his thoughts on Saka while speaking to an Arsenal fan after the Gunners’ game against Nottingham Forest last weekend.

Last Saturday, Arsenal saw off Forest at the Emirates Stadium in north London in the Premier League.

Praise for Arsenal and England star Bukayo Saka

As expected, Saka played well and was great for Arsenal.

O’Hara said: “Saka is worth £200million just how good he is.”

Is Bukayo Saka worth £200m?

Yes he is.

We believe the Arsenal and England international winger is worth £200m, maybe even more.

Bukayo Saka
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When you have players like Moises Caicedo allegedly At £115m, Saka is probably worth twice as much.

Caicedo has not even played 50 Premier League games.

Saka almost guided Arsenal to the Premier League title last season.

The 21-year-old has made 136 Premier League appearances in his career to date, scoring 32 goals and providing 26 assists.

Saka will only get better.

It’s really scary that Saka is only 21 now.

Can you imagine how good the winger will be in three or four years?

What is also remarkable about Saka is that he is consistent and plays well in every single game.

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