Derby County closes in on signing Arsenal youngster on loan

Derby County is on the brink of securing a loan deal for Arsenal’s young talent, Tyreece John-Jules, as the current transfer window approaches its close.

The 22-year-old striker spent the previous season at Ipswich Town and has yet to establish himself as a regular player at Arsenal.

With the intention of providing John-Jules with more playing time, Arsenal is seeking another loan opportunity for him, and Derby County appears to be in the lead to secure his services.

While several clubs have shown interest in acquiring him, it appears that Derby County is making significant progress towards finalising an agreement to bring him on board, as reported by The72.

Given Arsenal’s surplus of first-team players for the upcoming season, the club is optimistic that a successful loan spell for John-Jules could pave the way for a permanent move away from the Emirates Stadium.

Just Arsenal Opinion

John-Jules is one of many players in our academy at the moment and the youngster does not look like he will get first-team chances soon.

If he wants to play for our senior side, he has to have an amazing season and score many goals. Otherwise, he will just be one of the academy players we will forget about as soon as he leaves.

This move will hand him another chance to prove what he can do.

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  1. 2 or 3 years ago Derby owed Arsenal around 7 million from previous transfer business. Was that ever repaid?

  2. There are reports that Chelsea is about to sign Folarin Balogun. I would have loved Arteta to give this guy a chance in the team. Selling a player with great potential to a rival makes ZERO sense. The difficult thing to do in football is to score goals. Top quality strikers come at a premium price. Arsenal might regret this decision.

    1. Chelsea is not about to sign him. AS Monaco is. He wanted to leave but handled his exit in a classless manner, so I am glad that we can move on from him.

      1. Because he didn’t want to go on loan again?

        Scored 21 goals last year, is there something else to prove?

        Arteta favors checkbook spending over promoting youth. How many have been promoted in the last 4 years by Arteta?

        I can’t think of any either.

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