Arsenal striker Eddie Nketia has made a decision to stay at the Emirates and he is going no where in the coming summer.
The striker was coveted by many teams including former Arsenal man and Crystal Palace couch
According to reports from Fabrizio Romano Eddie has made decision but nothing has been signed yet.He has turned down the Bundesliga and Epl proposals to stay at Emirates and he is yet to sign a long term contract.
Mikel Arteta needs strikers urgently in the forthcoming season especially after Lacazzete made a decision to leave.Eddi Nketia off late has proven useful to Mikel after the striker became his regular starter in Arteta's striking role ahead of Laccazete scoring five goals in his last seven matches this season.
Therefore Arsenal offering a new deal to Nketia will be good news for Arteta.With this Arsenal will save millions of money that they could otherwise use in his replacement
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