Fans rave about Arsenal Under-21 star after yesterday’s performance

Arsenal fans were in awe after seeing Salah Eddine Oulad M’Hand’s free kick in yesterday’s victory in the Papa John’s Trophy over Newport.

The Gunners Under-23 side came from behind twice to clinch a 4-3 win over the League Two side, and it was Salah Eddine’s free kick which has got plenty of attention on social media.

Twitter fans have reacted positively to his effort also, with some claiming he could well be coming for Smith Rowe’s spot.

While the final one may be a little bit of a stretch, as he still has some way to come before being considered alongside his namesake at Liverpool, we certainly do seem to have some real untapped talent in our Under-21 squad at present, and we could well have a number of players getting their chance to shine in the senior team sooner rather than later.

Which Arsenal youngsters do you believe have what it takes to make the jump into the main team? Which players in the senior side do you think should be looking over their shoulders as the academy stars continue to shine?

Patrick

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  1. guy says:

    It’s a long list! Any or all of these could turn out to be top players. If only two or three make it we will be a force in the next 4-5 years:
    Azeez
    Patino
    Hein
    Monlouis
    Lopez
    Salah
    Hutchinson
    Flores
    Ballard
    Smith
    Moller
    John-Jules
    Rekik
    Cirjan
    Okonkwo
    Taylor-Hart

  2. Atanda says:

    Their Great kidds

  3. gunnerforlife says:

    Another Salah on the horizon, great to have him playing for Arsenal, simply amazing. Agree with all the above names and Arsenal seems to have a very bright future indeed. We need not look at the transfer market in the near future with so much talent available for each position in our Academy.

  4. JW says:

    Great kid. IF he continues to play this well he could force himself into the First Team Squad.

    But remember, it is Odegaard who plays in the 10 role.

    ESR has been shunted to the left wing!!!!

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