Arsenal football club academy has always produced the best and talented young footballers who impress at big stages.
Other than the four, there is one youngster known as Charlie Patino who is developing into a top player at the Arsenal youth level.
The seventeen years old player usually operates in the attacking midfield role and can also play in various roles in the attack and midfield.
Mikel Arteta has not made the crucial decision of promoting the youngster to the first team which will cost him as several top European clubs are interested in Charlie.
According to Express Sports news reports, Barcelona football club are the latest club to show interest in the wonderkid.
The reports claim that Barcelona have been scouting on the player for a while and might end up trying to sign him and grant first team football to him.
This will be a major blow to Mikel Arteta and Arsenal if they do not act swiftly and give Charlie Patino first team football.
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