Arsenal is finalizing a loan deal for one is its talented player who rose from the academy. Reiss Nelson is set to be joining Feyenoord on a season-long loan deal. According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, the deal seems to be in an advanced stage.
Reiss Nelson was expected to rise from the curtains and be the best Arsenal winger but he has fallen out of favour from Mikel Arteta's plans. Arsenal is in a crisis with Arteta unlucky with offloading some of the players as pressure continues to pile on him. The English man is a great player but seems to be struggling with making a regular start.
Arsenal is still looking for players in the transfer market to strengthen the team. For that to happen, some players need to leave to give room for others. The 5-0 humiliation by Machester City showed that the club needs something special despite the fact they have quality youngsters in the team in the likes of Saka, Martinelli, E.S. Rowe and Eddie Nketiah.
What do you think Arsenal needs, better management or quality player?
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