NukayPer Mertesacker, the Arsenal academy’s head coach, has challenged the duo to lead the club back into the Champions League.
Maybe they’ll be able to enlist the assistance of the Hale End academy.
SunSport takes a look at five young Arsenal players who have the potential to become key players for the club…
Originally from South London, the attacking midfielder became an internet phenomenon after his freestyling skills were featured in a viral video when he was just 12 years old.
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According to Sean O’Connor, the head of scouting at Hale End, the lively midfielder has already been characterized as “the best player to have ever walked through the door at Hale End.”
In the summer, he was even connected with a move to the Spanish capital.
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Arsenal signed the winger when he was seven years old, and he has represented the club at every age group up to and including the Under-23s.
Has already trained with the first-team squad and is hoping to follow Saka into the senior group in the near future.
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When the towering Estonian goalkeeper turned down a lucrative contract from Manchester United three years ago, he joined Arsenal’s youth program.
His ten senior caps for his country have already been earned, including a performance that earned him man of the match honors in a goalless draw with Wales last September.
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England youth international center-half who enjoys bringing the ball out from behind the defense to create chances.
Mertesacker has been keeping a close eye on him because of his defensive capabilities.