Macarthur FC is thrilled to confirm today the signing of Daniel Arzani ahead of the upcoming 2022/23 Isuzu UTE A-League season.
The young attacker is one of the brightest young Australian talents in recent years, after becoming the youngest player to be named in a World Cup squad for the Australia national team. He was also the youngest player in the tournament and came on as a substitute in the latter stages of the Socceroos group stage game against France.
After joining Melbourne City in 2016, Arzani’s talent was seen amongst the league as he won the 2017-18 Young Footballer of the Year award and also won the Harry Kewell medal for the best U23 player in the Australian team.
Not only did Australian football see the calibre of talent from Arzani, but the City group saw the potential and his transfer to Manchester City was confirmed in 2018. Since his transfer, Arzani has been on loan to Celtic, Utrecht, Aarhus, and Lommel to further progress his career.
Now set to make a return to the A-League, the Bulls Group CEO, Sam Krslovic believes having a young talent with a wealth of experience adds value to the squad and the club.
“Daniel has developed in front of us into an incredible football player and has demonstrated the drive and raw talent for success.
“To have a young player with the amount of experience and talent at our club is a privilege and we believe under the guidance of Dwight Yorke, Daniel will continue to progress and showcase his ability in the competition this season.”
The 23-year-old is looking forward to being back in the A-League and ready to get started.
“I’m looking forward to returning to the A-League and bringing my experiences to the Bulls.
“Being a new club, it’s exciting especially to be working under someone like Dwight Yorke and the rest of the staff here at the Bulls. I can’t wait to be back on the pitch and to get the season started.”