Incoming Ghana Forward Eddie Nketiah Enjoys Stunning Body Transformation

Incoming Ghana Forward Eddie Nketiah Enjoys Stunning Body Transformation

  • English-born Ghanaian forward Eddie Nketiah has come a long way since his days as a skinny teen
  • Eddie Nketiah is now a lean mean goalscoring machine who bulked up during the first lockdown in 2020
  • The soon-to-be free agent reached double figures in goals for the first time for Arsenal this season

Eddie Nketiah is enjoying a ridiculous body transformation over recent years from a skinny youngster into a hulking Premier League striker.

As a teenager, the 22-year-old Arsenal forward was often called too skinny by his coaches.

But through the years, Nketiah went from lanky striker to powerhouse forward thanks to a strict exercise regime.

Eddie Nketiah, body transformation, Arsenal, Ghana
Incoming Ghana forward Eddie Nketiah has come along way since his days as a skinny teen. Credit: @thescottishsun
Source: UGC

Nketiah certainly flexed his notably bigger muscles in the top-flight this term for Arsenal, scoring in Sunday’s final day 5-1 victory over Everton.

The English-born Ghana finished the season in the double digits for the first time in his career.

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The Arsenal whizkid previously revealed how he spent lockdown bulking up to cope better with the Premier League’s physicality.

Speaking previously about his physical change, the Nketiah said, quoted by thescottishsun:

“During lockdown, I worked really hard on getting bigger and better on the ball.
“I’ve used the time well and it’s good that people can see the hard work.
“It’s something I wanted to do. As you go through the levels, it gets a lot harder physically so to be able to show your technique, you need that strength to cope with it.

Eddie Nketiah Scores As Arsenal Beat Everton 5:1

Meanwhile, Eddie Nketiah was on the scoresheet as Arsenal ended their season with a 5-1 victory over Everton, but it was not enough to seal Champions League qualification.

The Gunners needed a slip-up from Tottenham at already relegated Norwich City to have any hope of sealing a top-four finish on Sunday.

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Antonio Conte's men grabbed the last Champions League spot with a 5-0 win at Norwich on the final day of the campaign.

Former England Defender Claims He'd Pick Eddie Nketiah Over Harry Kane

Sports Brief earlier reported that former England defender Martin Keown has said he wouldn't swap Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah for any Tottenham Hotspur player, including Harry Kane.

A season-defining North London clash on Thursday evening will take centre stage as both Arsenal and Tottenham chase Champions League spots.

Spurs are unbeaten against Arsenal in seven home games while Arsenal will be out to do a league double over their rivals.