Bukayo Ayoyinka T.M Saka was born on 5 September 2001￼￼￼￼. He is an English professional footballer who plays as a winger, left-back or central midfieder for premier league club Arsenal and the English national team.
saka was born in Ealing, Greater London to Nigerian parents, and attended Edward Batham cofE primary school before Greenford High school, where he gained high grades in his GCSEs. ￼￼￼￼prior to joining Arsenal, Saka played youth football for local team Greenford celtic.
His parents emigrated to London from Nigeria as economic migrants. In a interview, Saka stated the importance of his footballing career.
He is a massive inspiration for him. From when I was young, he always kept me grounded, kept him humble.
His name "Bukayo" originated from the Yoruba language spoken in southern Nigeria, meaning "adds to happiness"
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