Arsenal: When building for the future, and Danny Loader can be a starting block

Arsenal: When building for the future, and Danny Loader can be a starting block

When it comes to reviewing this season’s signings, you can easily say that the youngest member of the pack has been the most impressive for Arsenal.

Matteo Guendouzi joined the Gunners as an unknown 19-year-old from the French second division, but within a few weeks, the midfielder was starring week-in-week-out for Unai Emery’s side and looking like a Premier League natural and a player who could man the Arsenal midfield for years to come.

The youngsters’ success has not only made Arsenal fans excited about the future, but has also made supporters more hyped than usual when youngsters are being linked this summer with a move to the Emirates, and Danny Loader is no different.

According to Goal, the Gunners are interested in the Reading striker who only has a year left on his current contract and has already attracted some big clubs around Europe, such as Juventus and Chelsea.

The 18-year-old attacker was promoted to the Reading first-team in November of last year and has remained a mainstay in the squad since then, starting eight games and featuring in 23, scoring once, and if Arsenal are to aim for younger players and build for the future, Loader could be a starting block.

Although the club already have Eddie Nketiah, Loader has the potential to go all the way in football after making a name for himself in the Championship at such a young age and being valued at £450,000 on Transfermarkt, the Gunners could be landing a coup in the teenager.

With so many teams interested in Loader, Arsenal needs to ensure they are the side winning the race to land the striker’s signature, and after the success of Guendouzi, there’s no reason to believe the Reading attacker can be the next youngster to light it up in north London.

Arsenal fans, can Loader be the future striker of the club? Let us know!

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