Arsenal gets a huge boost as Reiss Nelson performs contract U-turn

Arsenal has received positive news regarding the future of Reiss Nelson, as the young attacker is now expected to commit to a new long-term contract with the club.

Nelson had a limited role in the previous season, but his performances and contributions convinced Arsenal to reconsider their initial decision to let him leave in the summer.

Initially, the club offered him a short-term deal, but Nelson declined the offer and garnered interest from AC Milan and other clubs across Europe.

However, according to The Daily Mail, the player has now had a change of heart and is prepared to sign a new long-term contract, indicating his desire to continue his career at the Emirates.

This development will be seen as a significant boost for Arsenal, as they aim to retain their key players while also attracting new talent to the club.

Just Arsenal Opinion

Nelson is a good squad player who can easily make an impact off the bench at the Emirates, so the right thing to do is to keep him with us for longer.

The winger could be a starter at another club, which means he can do well as an impact sub for us.

However, keeping him should not stop us from signing other important players to add to our squad and improve it further.

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  1. Very clever move by Arsenal. If after one or two more seasons, he doesn’t hit the appropriate levels, he could be moved on for some good money

  2. In his cameo appearances this season he has looked really sharp and surely be will get a start tomorrow along with ESR and Nketiah.

  3. IF true, – as mere “reports”, ,until confirmed by action, OUGHT to be taken with a pinch of salt, – I personally welcome this apparent news.

    Nelson is a decent player and we badly need real squad depth of all players, even those merely” decent” in standard, being among our lowest level we need.

    That is NOT to suggest Nelson hardly ever plays or that he is in any way less important than any other retaine player.

    It is also NOT to suggest we keep any other players who are not considered at least “decent” players, even as squad players.

  4. So when Nelson comes in to replace a first teamer injured, he isnt going to be ofcthe standard required. Another back up signing because he isn t first team material. Not impressed.

  5. If we were really serious about being smart in the transfer window and adding quality to the overall squad, then extending Reiss Nelson fell short of the mark. A mid-table team would be a better place for player. Sorry.

  6. For me, Nelson is in the same bag as Holding, Elneny, Vieira, Tavares, and Lokonga, as being not the required quality for a second-string option. Maybe they have him down as a third or more seeing as we’re being linked to right-side wide forwards to give competition to Saka. So we still need a signing

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