Arsenal have completed the signing of 17-year-old Bradley Ibrahim, who according to a scout's report, has shown the potential of becoming one of the best central midfielders in the league. Mikel Arteta was present when the youngster penned a new contract and said that he is looking forward to working with the youngster at the club in the foreseeable future. He also said that the technical staff is very happy about the new senior recruitment and will work tirelessly to help him reach his full potential.
During his, unveiling Bradley said, "This is definitely a dream come true. I can't even explain how I feel right now. I am just overwhelmed with emotion. I want to thank the club for giving me this opportunity to elevate my status at the club. I promise to do my best and earn a place in the starting eleven soon."
Ainsley Maitland Niles
Ainsley Maitland Niles apparently has not lived up to the expectations of Jose Mourinho who has made it clear to the player that he will not make his move permanent in the summer. That means that Mikel Arteta will have to reorganize his transfer plans in the summer in order to accommodate the 24-year-old. AS Roma have indeed not improved defensively even after the arrival of Ainsley Maitland Niles in January since they have conceded 19 goals in the last 14 matches.
Even as a right-back, Ainsley Maitland Niles is yet to reach his full potential and that will be a big concern for Mikel Arteta once Maitland Niles rejoins the club in the summer. Jose Mourinho is known to be very astute and shrewd about his transfer selection and media outlets in Italy are claiming that he made a wrong call about signing the English man.
Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah is only a Lacazette-injury away from making it into the starting eleven in the upcoming matches and if by misfortune the Frenchman gets injured, then Nketiah will have his last chance to prove that he is worth a gamble before the end of the season. His contract expires in the next three months after he failed to reach an agreement with the club in January.
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