Golden Boot is one of the most precious award that every Premier League striker always fights hard to win by the end of the season. Thierry Henry is the player who has won it most after winning it four times.
For a player to win it, he must be ready to compete with other top strikers in that race. Last season, Mohammed Salah and Son Heung-Min were both awarded after they all finish ed the League with 22 goals. This shows how competitive this award is in the Premier League.
Next season, one of the Gunners stars who might challenge for this award is Eddie Nketiah. The Arsenal academy graduate was outstanding last season.
He has spent most of last season warming the bench. He was given a chance to impress in the last ten matches after Lacazette was injured. He ended up scoring 7 goals in those ten matches proving how good he can be. This includes a double against Chelsea and Leeds United.
Arsenal has been lacking good quality players who are capable of scoring many goals in a season. Eddie Nketiah has proved he can be of great help next season for the Gunners if Arteta will give him more playing time.
Since the departure of Aubameyang, Arsenal had never had a player who proved he can challenge for the golden boots but Nketiah has proved that after his top performance last season.
This now means that next season, Nketiah might challenge for the Golden Boot if Arteta will give him more playing time.
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