Arsenal and Chelsea in for Naza Bazan VERA

Naza Bazan Vera

According to reports, both London clubs Arsenal and Chelsea are monitoring Naza Bazan VERA of Velez Sarsfield.

Despite being only 17 years old and not yet making an appearance for Velez’s first-team, both clubs are reportedly interested in signing the striker. Along with both clubs, Spanish club Villarreal is also keeping an eye out. VERA holds a European passport which would facilitate a potential move to Europe.


  1. n0z

    His complete name is Nazareno Bazán Vera. Nephew of former football player Daniel Bazán Vera. They compare his style of play with Paulo Dybala.

    1. n0z

      Earlier in June, Man. City tapped another Vélez kid, Benjamín Garré, grandson of Argentine Champion of ’86, Oscar Garre.

  2. Gonzalo

    I ask about Maxi ROmero of Velez because he was previous transfer tagret of Arsenal. Striker too, The same age but he has a goals for first team of Velez already.

  3. ThongLyPaTra

    Is he any better than Franco Di Santo few years back?

    1. msi75

      You do realize we’re talking about a 17y old kid? Why the comparison with Di Santo?

  4. miskan

    Striker again…striker striker striker…i dream argentina have player like mascherano at his position but he can passing like riquelme and skill like redondo and shooting like batistuta…

    1. Istiaque

      Thats too much mate 😛

      I just dream a LB. Sick of seeing central backs playing there!

      1. miskan

        What kind name of nazan bazan sound from armenia or same kind

        1. Jack!

          It does not sound Armenian at all. Armenians have the distinctive Yan or Ian at the end of their surnames, like El Magico Sergio Markarian. Bazan or more properly with the accent Bazán is a Basque name. And you know the Basque, they have peculiar surnames.

          1. msi75

            Are we sure his complete name isn’t Nazareno Bazan Vera?

      2. Gonzalo

        Tagliafico, Vega, Soto, Piovi, Diarte, Silva, Patricio Romero, Baez are in the rule as far.

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