Arsenal ‘take a look at 17-year-old Colorado Rapids winger Dantouma Toure’
Arsenal ‘looks at 17-year-old Colorado Rapids winger Dantouma Toure who is training at the club’ – with a highly regarded American nicknamed ‘Yaya’ showing talent to European teams in the off-season MLS
- Dantouma Toure moved from New York Red Bulls to Colorado Rapids in March
- The 17-year-old winger made his MLS debut in July and is now training in Europe
- The American enjoyed a training period with the Scottish champions Rangers
- Now he’s at Arsenal because he wants to show his skills in the off-season MLS
Highly regarded Colorado Rapids winger Dantouma Toure is reportedly currently training at Arsenal.
The 17-year-old recently enjoyed spell training with Scottish champions Rangers and is now in North London to showcase his talent.
The American is spending the MLS off-season trying to impress clubs across Europe and now Goal report that the American is in London Colney for a period of training.
Highly-rated Colorado Rapids winger Dantouma Toure reportedly training with Arsenal
The Guinean-born Toure made his professional debut for the New York Red Bulls second team in July 2020.
He wasn’t in the Big Apple for long, though, moving to Colorado Rapids in March and making his MLS debut for the club in July against San Jose Earthquakes.
The American has played 22 times for Colorado’s feeder team, the Colorado Springs Switchbacks, but it’s unclear whether he’s in Europe on the hunt for a move or just looking for experience.
He has been nicknamed ‘Yaya’ after former Barcelona and Manchester City player Yaya Toure.
The American winger moved to the Colorado Rapids in March and made his MLS debut in July
Colorado chief executive Padraig Smith said of Toure in March: “Yaya is an exciting talent who has already shown tremendous potential through his USL Championship performances as a 16-year-old.
“He is powerful and explosive on the ball and has the ability to take on defenders, which allows him to make a difference.
“We believe he has all the qualities needed to develop into an elite player and we are excited to see what the future holds for him.”