Arsenal have signed Bologna's left back Aaron Hickey. The Scottish left back is set to join the rising Arsenal squad from next season and he'll compete with his 24 year old country man Kieran Tierney. Hickey is just 19 years old, he was involved in 35 matches in Bologna's side recording 5 goals and 1 assist; an incredible record for a youngster. 5 goals for a left back means he has a bright future now that he's joining a different team.
Arsenal is considered as the English Premier League side that have most young talents. Arsenal's forward consists of youngsters except Alexandre Lacazatte and Nicholas Pepe who are lately not in Arsenal's first 11. They use Bukayo Saka and the Brazilian, Gabriel Martinelli who are only 20 years of age. Their other youngsters include Emile Smith Rowe who is 21, Martin Odegaard 23, Eddi Nketiah 22 and Kieran Tierney 24. They all have a place in Arsenal's starting 11 and some of their stats is illustrated below.
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