Arsenal young star Emile Smith Rowe has emerged as one of the best players in the Emirates this season. The 21-year-old Englishman is the team's top scorer this season with 8 goals more than any other player at the Emirates.
Rowe has been reliable for Mikel Arteta in scoring goals, scoring in every match he starts. He has been better than some of the most renowned players at the club and he has the chance of winning the club trophies in the near future.
The Spaniard boss Mikel Arteta has been amazing in helping Smith Rowe become such a reliable player for the club and he will soon be one of the best in the Premier League. He has proved to everyone he has the capability of developing the young players into great top players who will be dominating English football in the next 20 years.
However, the Arsenal's academy graduate Rowe has not been the only amazing young player to watch at the as there have been other stand-out performers at the Emirates. Young Players like Gabriel Martinelli, Bukayo Saka, and Edward Nketiah have also been impressive for the North London club.
Club stand-out player Bukayo Saka can become a great forward than Smith Rowe who is not a natural forward as he is an attacking midfielder. The 20-year-old winger has 7 goals this season the second highest at the Emirates and he could soon surpass Smith Rowe.
His brilliance has earned him a regular spot in the Mikel Arteta squad and has also been presenting his country more often compared to Smith Rowe. Saka is probably one most promising young forwards in the Premier League and he could be the all-time club top scorer.
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