Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is arguably having some good progress in his previous matches and as a result, he has just won the EA manager of the month of September according to several reports.
Arteta is keen to return the club back to it's glory and considering his signings, this might actually come to pass.
However according to the sun, the Gunners wonderkid Ainsley Maitland Niles is reportedly unhappy at Emirates stadium following lack of playing time and he might leave as per speculations alongside Mohammed Elneny whose services are no longer required by the Spanish boss.
Ideally, Niles can play as a central midfielder in place of Granit Xhaka who is expected to be out for several weeks due to ligament fracture with Sambi Lokonga as well fit to either replace him.
Meanwhile, ex-Arsenal star Santi Carzola is on the verge of returning to his former club after leaving as a free agent back in 2017. Reports haven't specified whether he will return to play or be alongside Arteta on technical bench.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Maitland Niles Shou be given a chance by Arteta?
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