All good official news from Arsenal as the club have announced that not only has Theo Walcott has signed his new contract extension (in a lot quicker time than the last saga) but also our little Spaniard Santi Cazorla has also put pen to paper, which should stop all those crazy rumours about him returning to Spain in the near future.
The young Spaniard Jon Toral arrived from Barcelona along with Hector Bellerin back in 2011, and if anything Toral was touted as thec most promising of the two. But Bellerin has now been promoted to the Arsenal frst team, while Toral is also playing first-team football, but with our lowly London neighbours Brentford.
Arsenal set to sign another Barca wonderkid! by Ash
It’s a well-known fact that Arsenal have one of the best youth academies in Europe and although it shouldn’t be confused with the fact that we produce lots of quality players, in fact the majority come through the ranks after joining from another club early in their development.
Which Arsenal youngsters can breakthrough to our first team? by KJ
Arsenal 4-2 Athletic Club de Bilbao by DH
Arsenal ensured their position in the knockout stages of the NextGen Series after an impressive 4-2 victory over highly-rated Athletic Bilbao at Underhill.
Zak Ansah, Jon Toral and Isaac Hayden all scored in quick succession in the second half to see off the Spaniards in an enthralling clash.
More of Arsenals Reserve Team Wonder Kids (Part 1) – by JG
Once again, the requests have echoed out into the justarsenal cyberspace and hence, they will be answered. This post (and the next) are going to be dedicated to some of the most impressive youngsters who will be emerging onto the scene at Arsenal in a big way. First up, the pair from Spain, Hector Bellerin and Jon Toral; who both signed for the club July 1, 2011.