Gifted Nigerian and Arsenal FC midfielder Kelechi Nwakali has unveiled his palatial home.
The 20-year old, who was signed by Arsenal three years ago during the reign of legendary Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger, took to Instagram to share the picture of the beautiful edifice, which he described as “my small home”, with his over 100k followers.
“Thanks to God for his grace and blessings my small home I remain grateful to God. Unto the next project slow and steady win the race.”
This is quite an achievement, considering that Nwakali is yet to play for the Arsenal First Team since he signed. In fact, he has been sent out on loan, to clubs such as MVV Maastricht (twice), VVV-Venlo, and currently the Porto B team, in each of his four years so far with the London club.
Regardless of the fact that Wenger has since moved on from the Gunners, luckily Unai Emery also loves developing youth players, and Nwakali has been tipped by sources at Arsenal to finally stay at The Emirates next season to have a chance of making the first team, like fellow Nigerian Alex Iwobi.