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Whatever is happening to those Wenger Wunderkind 2018/19?
Discussion started by Merlion96 , 23 June, 2019 01:37
Whatever is happening to those Wenger Wunderkind 2018/19?
Merlion96 23 June, 2019 01:37
Kieran Tierney?
Heard that Arsenal is offering 4 players as make-weight including Nketiah, Smith-Rowe and Osei-Tutu?

And during 20181/9 season, Guendouzi is preferred over Joe Willock.
Cruellest cut of all, even Elneny is ahead of Willock.

Nketiah remined rotting on the bench.
Saka, after a brief spark, went back to Youth Football.

Chambers, Bielik, no news on their future with 2019/20 squad.

Reiss Nelson? Smith-Rowe?
Any news?

Amaechi? John-Jules?
Understand that they are also eyeing Europe with European clubs circling Arsenal FC now.

Well, all will be revealed next week when the squad returns for pre-season and summer transfer window goes into high gear.

But one's felt that the new regime of Sanllehi, Venkat and Emery are getting rid of all remnants of Arsene Wenger's and decided to start with a clean slate including culling the youth squads and bringing in youngsters from Latin American, Spain and France to rebuild Arsenal.


Sanllehi is known for his Latin American connection, and with Edu as the Director of Football (not confirmed yet), it will only strengthen the Latin American link.
ANd with the new Head of Recruitment and Emery, it will only strengthen their focus in Spain and France.

English youngsters?
Forget it.
They will never have the flair and technical skills that are natural to Latin American and European youngsters.
Now you realised why since Arsene Wenger, not even one English youngster is a regular in Arsenal FC squad?
The likes of Wilshere and Ramsey (okay he is British) are just bit-part players either laid low by chronic injuries or just now suitable for those tactical formation ... like Arsene Wenger moving them into different role liek chess pieces on a board, but never in their specialised position or not trusted at all to perform.

Yesterday, it was Jack WIlshere and Ramsey, today it is ALex Iwobi and Maitland-Niles.



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