The Gunners have a winning formula for team first-team squad but within their talented academy set-up, they may have a player who is capable of being a welcome breath of fresh air over the weeks and months ahead.
Charlie Patino is a 17-year old Arsenal youngster and he is one of the upcoming premier league stars as he has shinned in the under 18s Arsenal academy.Charlie Patino - Planet Football"/>
Patino players as a center midfielder but he can play as a striker as well. The 17-year old has played a key role in the under 21s victory success since his debut for the club. He was born on 17 October 2003 in Watford, England, United Kingdom.
Patino is reportedly giving Mikel Arteta a headache as Arsenal fans globally are demanding his promotion to the first team. If the youngster continues with the same spirit, then there is the hope of Arsenal having a new Thiery Henry, Aubameyang in the future.
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