McKennie’s dad hits back at Arsenal fans for criticizing son after Arsenal links

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Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie’s father in Serie A hit out at Arsenal fans on Twitter. After his son had news to move to the Gunners

Weston McKennie‘s father hit back at fans on Twitter who claimed his son. The 24-year-old has been rumored to be a target for the Gunners with Mikel Arteta looking for a new central midfielder. And according to reports in Italy. The Juventus star could cost as little as £17.5m and he still has two-and-a-half years left on his contract UFABET.

McKennie's dad hits back at Arsenal fans for criticizing son after Arsenal links

         Juventus may be open to selling some players after their 15-point deduction in Serie A over allegations of financial irregularities and accounting errors. which is a decision they will appeal. Italian giants sanctioned after Italian Football Federation investigation The conversation between John McKennie’s father with fans It comes after a Twitter account shared transfer rumors linking the player to Arsenal.

         “McKennie is nothing close to being technically good enough for Arteta’s side,” wrote one fan. “He doesn’t have the IQ in creative passing. Or IQ in standing. I think (Yunus) Musah is a better American to sign. If they want depth for [Granite] Xhaka’s position.”

     Valencia star Musah, 20, is another central midfielder who has played alongside McKennie for the United States national team, according to    90min in December . Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal are all monitoring the progress. Musah’s face His existing deal expires in June 2026 and McKenny’s father couldn’t believe what he read on Twitter and fired back at the fan: “What are you smoking? So I can share some smokes!”

         The fan then reiterated his theory by saying: “Mr McKenny. I think your son is a great box-to-box midfielder. But he doesn’t have the passing technique and vision I need in a No.8 position at Arsenal to play/continue Xhaka’s role. Your son would do great at Liverpool under [Jurgen] Klopp’s system [in my opinion].” McKennie’s father did not respond to the fan’s response. But he didn’t finish on Twitter, writing : “What everyone forgets is that they say the same thing. (Criticism) When he went to Juve. This is why I’m glad he didn’t listen to the guru lying on the couch!”

         Arsenal fans then criticized McKenny’s injury history. To which his father replied: ” That’s because he didn’t complain about minor injuries and worked so hard that he got medical treatment! I admire people like that in my team!” McKennie initially joined Juventus on loan in August 2020 following a spell with Schalke. The 41-times international won the Serie A title in his first season in Turin. And has made 65 appearances in all competitions, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport . Four Premier League clubs – Arsenal, Fulham, Bournemouth and Aston Villa – have expressed interest in McKenny. With Juventus wanting a fee of 22 million pounds (plus 17.5 million pounds of Adons), it is also believed that Borussia Dortmund is also interested.