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Oleksandr Zinchenko predicts Arsenal’s performance and gives Mikel Arteta a firm warning.

Oleksandr Zinchenko predicts Arsenal’s performance and gives Mikel Arteta a firm warning.

The academy star Mikel Arteta should keep an eye on has been clearly communicated to him by Oleksandr Zinchenko, according to the latest Arsenal news.

A future Bukayo Saka from the Arsenal academy has been predicted by Oleksandr Zinchenko.

In order to follow Bukayo Saka’s example and make a significant first-team impact, Oleksandr Zinchenko has predicted who the next Arsenal academy star will be. The England international scored a flurry of goals in the Europa League during the 2019–20 season, and four years later, he is Mikel Arteta’s team’s main talisman.

The young duo that led Arsenal into their new era, Saka and Emile Smith Rowe, left a lasting impression on the team. Saka and Smith Rowe, however, have had very different periods of play over the past few seasons.

Smith Rowe’s ability to maintain a spot on the team has been significantly hampered by injuries, but Saka has continued to develop, and the 21-year-old is now regarded as one of the best wingers in the world. Chelsea attempted to acquire Smith Rowe in the closing hours of the summer transfer window despite his struggles, but the Gunners rejected their approach, according to the Mail.

Saka recently won the PFA Young Player of the Year award for his outstanding performances for Arsenal. There is a ton of talent in the academy that could soon be incorporated into the first-team squad, despite the fact that the Gunners spent a lot of money to welcome four new signings this summer.

Many people in north London view Ethan Nwaneri as the next obvious starlet with a bright future, but Zinchenko has mentioned another teen who has impressed him.

I think Reull (Walters) has an impressive level of quality, and I really like him,” Zinchenko said to Rio Ferdinand’s YouTube channel FIVE. God willing, he once pushed Gabriel Jesus shoulder to shoulder and uttered the sound “eeee.”. Gabby is very strong, making it difficult to push him. After that, he kept the ball well and was confident with it. I therefore thought, “Wow.”. I believe that he most impressed me. “.

As a regular participant in first-team practice under Arteta, Walters was stolen from Arsenal’s rivals in north London, Tottenham, in 2019.

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