Arsenal youngster names player that impressed him when he trained with them

Zane Monlouis is one of the highly-rated youngsters coming through at the Arsenal academy and that has earned him a chance to train with the club’s senior players.

That is the dream of most players coming through the club’s academy and he spoke about his experience with the likes of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang recently.

The 18-year-old would have paid attention to the players ahead of him in their development and he picked one player as someone who stood out for him in the training sessions.

He said he was particularly impressed with the talents of Gabriel Martinelli.

The teenage defender tells “[Gabriel] Martineli really stood out. He’s so sharp. One second you see him, then the next second he’s gone.

“He’s so fast and nippy and he’s a good finisher as well. And being from Brazil he’s got that little bit of flair about him. He’s going to be a top player.”

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Fans have known for a long time that Martinelli is a class act, and most of us suspected he would be one of the best trainers at the club.

The former Ituano man remains a key member of Mikel Arteta’s squad and he has been in stunning form in recent weeks.

He is expected to continue featuring prominently in the new year, especially if Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang remains out of the first-team picture.

The Brazilian needs to score goals regularly for the club, hopefully, he can do that in the New Year.

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  1. Beating the strongest team in the world,in my opinion, raises the morale of the team and encourages the owners to pump more money to build the team we keep dreaming of.

    1. Putting auba on sale this January is the most important thing Arsenal need to do.
      He’s of no help in any way

  2. He is on his way to becoming what we all hoped he would when he burst on the scene. After the massive, sometimes career ending knee injury, we all wanted him back when he instantly became fit again but hats off to Mikel he worked on him, gave him plenty of time to get sharp and got him so hungry & eager to get on that pitch after the long lay off, we see the rewards now.

    Ødegaard the same he got his chance, was hungry to get going and look at him now. He looks like a lil mesut the way he passes & moves the ball but has the intensity to chase & harass to get the ball back also which is a huge plus.

    Off this topic, what about this rumour that keeps popping up of Liverpool wanting Saka and Bakayo is even considering it? Its starting to annoy me if this is true!

    1. I totally agree with you. I have identified all the talents that you mentioned and I believe that Mike Arteta is handling and nurturing these youngsters well.
      It is up to Bukayo Saka to believe more in himself and the club and realise that his future will be better enhanced if he resits any offer and stay at Arsenal.

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