Arsenal u23s were 4-3 winners over Premier League 2 rivals Manchester City this evening, though were made to work hard for their win after Jack Wilshere’s dismissal shortly after the hour mark. Continue reading
In the aftermath of their 1-0 defeat at the hands of Reading, Birmingham City manager Gianfranco Zola publicly revealed that Arsenal u23s captain Krystian Bielik will be joining on a loan deal until the end of the current campaign.
All things considered, Gedion Zelalem’s imminent loan switch to VVV-Venlo over in the Netherlands will be seen as a step down quality-wise, but is ultimately one which could help him develop further into an ideal first-team midfielder.
With just over a week left of the January transfer window remaining, there are still a number of Arsenal’s talented youngsters who will be eyeing loan moves before the end of the month.
Here’s an extended look at six players that could leave Arsenal for an opportunity of regular minutes at a competitive level on deals until the end of the current campaign.
Considering the confusion and surprise that his move had on many when announced in January two years ago now, it’s clear to see that Krystian Bielik has progressed well under the radar in Arsenal’s youth ranks since his £2.7m move.
2016 has been a memorable year for Arsenal’s youth teams. Plenty of youngsters have developed significantly over the past twelve months and in this article, i highlight who the best performers have been on a consistent basis this year.
Despite a spirited effort across this year’s competition, Arsenal’s u19 side have crashed out of the UEFA Youth League at the group stage phase after a 1-1 away draw against Basel.