Most teams beleive that for them to compete,they have to buy and sign new players.However in most cases,this never happens and it is the young players from their youth academies that normally help.Here is a look at young players at Arsenal that can help make the team great again.Top of the list is nome other than 20 year old England forward Bukayo Saka.Saka was Arsenal's top goalscorer last season with fourteen goals,eight of them coming against the top six teams.This means he has what it takes to get better and lead Arsenal to glory.Second on the list is another England international and 20 year old forward Emile Smith Rowe.Smith finished last season as the leading assist provider with six and also scored ten goals.He has the ability to decide games something that Arsenal really need in a player.Last but not least on the list is 19 year old winger Eddie Nketiah who led in terms of goals and assists for Arsenal in the last ten games.Given more playing time,he can go ahead to become the next Thierry Henry.
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