Arsenal ace Eddie Nketiah to decide on loan club in the next 48 hours

According to the Sun, Arsenal forward Eddie Nketiah will reportedly decide on which club he’d like to join for the rest of season on loan in the next 48 hours.

SunSport add that Premier League side Aston Villa are interested in the promising youngster, as well as Championship sides Bristol City, Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest.

The report claims that all four sides have made offers towards the 20-year-old. Now the ball appears to be in Nketiah’s court and he has a difficult decision on his hands.

The Sun highlight that Nketiah’s decision will be based on how much game time he’s set to be given by the prospective clubs.


Nketiah is one of our most promising talents, it would be great for him to get some regular minutes under his belt in the second-half of the season.

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Nketiah recently returned to the Emirates after a mixed spell at Championship promotion hopefuls Leeds United. The England youth international scored five goals in 19 games, with most of his outings come off the bench.

Nketiah was only handed two starts by Marcelo Bielsa during his time at the Yorkshire outfit. This simply isn’t good enough and the club were right to cut the ace’s spell with the Rhinos short.

The England Under-21s star would massively boost his profile if he was to enjoy a successful spell with Aston Villa. The relegation candidates are in need of bolstering their forward options due to Wesley’s injury.

Should Nketiah play it safe and move to the Championship or take a risk and back himself to succeed with the Villains?

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  1. gotanidea says:

    I’d go to Championship if I were him, because I don’t think he can start ahead of Moraes and Kodjia

  2. Le Coq Monster says:

    At 20 years old he should be knocking on the 1st team door, Martinelli and Sak are both 2 years younger!

    Lots on newsnow about Nigerian Billionaire Aliko Dangote vowing to buy Arsenal in 2021………….. he`d probably insist on bringing Iwobi back! 😆

    1. Phil says:

      @Le Coq- if it meant getting rid of Kronke I’d have Iwobi back tomorrow.
      Can’t believe I have wrote that buts its true

      1. Le Coq Monster says:


    2. Le Coq Monster says:

      Hey Jon………………….do you think Kroenke would willing give his shares away to someone if they had invented the worlds only undetectable join and life like syrup ? 😆

  3. Lenohappy says:

    @Le Coq, If he (Dangote) buys Arsenal that will be one of the happiest day of my life because am sure he will spend real money, the guy is building a refinery worth over $20billion, that guy must have serious money, but I don’t think it will happen. Am sure Kroenke will not sell.

    1. Le Coq Monster says:

      Jon and Lenohappy…………………….I know Kroenke will take his shares to his grave, but just thought I`d put a different kind of ludicrous rumour to rival the ludicrous transfer rumours that are on this site every effing day!

      1. GB says:

        You’re correct Le Coq, this will be the third promise he’s made to buy the club, first I believe it was going to be in 2018, then he promised to buy in 2020, now its 2021. I’d love it to happen but he’s even called out in his own country as a 🐃💩er.

  4. Cliff says:

    Why are we sending Eddy on loan when we ourselves need backup players.with injuries,out of form players suspensions,EFL,Europa&EPL all to deal with when we are signing no one we should keep Eddy.
    I have watched this boy and the good thing with him is that he can score goals,this is what we are lacking.

  5. Emmaobi says:

    Clubs are buying players we are loaning ours

  6. Mogunna says:

    He should go wherever he can play regular football, meaning every week. The way Arteta is going with no money nor brain to make up for it; we will be same team with youngsters waisted as fullbacks or back up.

    This is our team for minute now, in back and middle, Arteta insisting on these CBs and DM combine…

    Niles – Sokratis – Luiz – Kolas
    Torreira Xhaka
    Pepe Laca Auba

    When Bellerin back, Niles will sit as Saka now, when Kolas plays. Or they won’t see any playtime…Just as Gendouzi, Willock, Martineli and Nelson!

    If we drop from cups, these kids play no football, a total lost waist. Therefore, as Nketiah, some of these youngsters should be on loan; right one as Nelson last year’s second half. He was flying, emulating his boy Sancho, should have stayed as we not ready to give him time required to fulthfill his devellopment.

    Funny to send Eddie and not Saka and Martineli; he is ahead in term of devellopment and they defenetly need to play regular football in order to progrees!

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