Why Arsenal Fans Should Be Excited About Ainsley Maitland Niles West Brom Loan Spell
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
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England and Arsenal versatile player Ainsley Maitland Niles made a low profile switch to premier league side Westbromwich Albion in the deadline day of the transfer window.
Niles has been an ever present regular in the lineup at Westbromwich as the Sam Allardyce side battle to stay in the premier league come next season.
Arsenal fans should however be excited about Niles move to the Hawthorns for a loan spell and they will be hoping Maitland will not turn into another Serge Gnabry story.
Leicester City's Harvey Barnes, Everton's Mason Holgate and former Westham star Grady Diangana are the major testimonies of how Westbromwich loan spells have been magical.
While at the Hawthorns, Niles is on a position searching mission having been torn between playing in central midfield and as a fullback for club and country.
His display at Burnley indicate Arsenal have a real prospect in their hands. Niles showed his natural athleticism to get up and down the pitch as a dynamism that could make him an ideal Thomas Partey partner.
Arsenal fans kindly share your thoughts about what you think of Niles loan spell.
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