Arsenal Gaffer Mikel Arteta is known for his exceptional ideals to invest in promising youngsters who have shown great potentials of turning into world class players in the near future & help his side win major piece of Silverware's.
According to latest reports from renowned journalist & transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the North Londoners have triggered the option in the contract of Mexican sensation Marcelo Flores to extend the deal until June 2025. Moreover, the Gunners have also tied down his fellow young prodigy Charlie Patino, with the pair viewed as ideal candidates for future project.
Marcelo Flores, 19, is very talented & versatile star who can play either as an attacking midfielder or in the wing. The promising forward has caught the attention of top clubs with his impressive performances this campaign on loan at Spanish side Real Oviedo & he has been called up 3 times for the Mexican national team & hence the Gunners hierarchy view him as the player who can help them in the future.
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