The Gunners is one of the club that has greatly improved after finishing fifth in the table despite having the youngest squad in the Premier League. The previous season they had finished eighth in the table where they failed to play in both the Champions League and the Europa League.
They are currently having some promising young players which includes Eddie Nketiah, Bukayo Saka, Martinelli among others. This shows they might be unstoppable in the coming season when these young players continue to play together.
One of the player who was on top form last season is Eddie Nketiah. The Gunners academy graduate played the last ten matches for the Arsenal and was so impressive where he scored a total of seven goals.
These includes a double against Chelsea and Leeds United. Nketiah had been starting from the bench in most matches last season. He found a chance when Lacazette was injured and Arteta had no choice but to start him since they had already sold Aubameyang.
Nketiah ended up helping the Gunners to win important points that almost helped them to finish in the top four for the first time since 2017. His pace and great skills made him to easily unlock solid defences.
Next season, Nketiah might be of great help to his club if Arteta will give him more playing time. He might help them reach great heights following his top performance last season.
This now means that Eddie Nketiah might be unstoppable next season if Arteta will give him more playing time.
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