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Arsenal open talks with 24-goal forward available for bargain price but work permit could be a problem

Arsenal have reportedly started talks with Belgian side KAS Eupen for the top goalscorer in Belgium, Henry Onyekuru. The 19-year-old Nigerian has attracted the interest from Arsenal’s scouts after some impressive performances this season. The youngster is a natural left winger with the ability to play on the right side and can also provide an option as a striker. Onyekuru made 41 appearances for KAS Eupen this season in all competitions and has scored a remarkable 24 goals in the process, also adding nine assists to his name. Arsenal in talks to sign Nigerian striker Henry Onyekuru from Belgian side KAS Eupen. Release clause £6.8m. Top scorer in Belgium — Kaveh Solhekol (@SkyKaveh) May 22, 2017 The teenager is one of the hottest prospects in Belgium and isn’t expected to stay at his club much longer. With interest increasing in the youngster, there have been offers from Club Brugge and Anderlecht, and numerous clubs have sent inquiries – Borussia Monchengladbach, Southampton, Everton being just a few. Swansea and West Ham are also interested in the player and expected to try and sign him. The positive side to the story is that Onyekuru’s representatives want to talk to Arsenal first, and that in comparison to the other clubs in the race, the Gunners are the biggest and wealthiest of them all. Wenger reveals how many players he wants to buy this summer The main concern regarding the transfer of young Nigerian talent is that he doesn’t qualify for a work permit as he is yet to play a full international game for his country.

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Ireland looks to grow Asia-Pacific investment post Brexit

What kind of incentives does the Irish Government offer to foreign companies, particularly Indian companies, if they want to set up their centres there? The first thing we do is to help the companies understand the Irish market. We have a presence in India who work with the companies to familiarise them with Irish operations. One can register a company in about 48 hours. We also give support for setting up R&D centres. We have one of the most competitive, consistent and transparent taxation regimes in the world. There are of course no tax holidays for foreign companies. Everybody in Ireland pay 12.5 per cent tax. We don’t plan to either increase it or decrease it.

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