Arsenal could lose Eddie Nketiah in the upcoming January transfer window following contract standoff between the club and the player. According to latest reports, Eddie Nketiah is said to have rejected a new contract offer from the club as he seeks a move out of the club following limited playing time. Nketiah spends most of his play time on the bench for the Gunners.
Nketiah's contract is expected to expire before next summer and Arsenal could lose him for free incase he doesn't sign a new contract. Alternatively Arsenal could sell him in the upcoming transfer window to avoid losing him for free. Nketiah is among the few Arsenal fenominal youngsters who graduated from the club's youth team.
The player recently turned down the club's offer as he seeks an assurance of adequate playing time before signing a new contract with the Gunners. However, with the availability of Aubameyang and Lacazette at the front, Nketiah would hardly get playing time unless otherwise by the club.
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