Arsenal have started their campaign very well and the future looks bright under Unai Emery.
Amongst a number of things that Unai Emery has been credited for, the use and introduction of younger players in the Arsenal team has been highly commended and that trend is set to continue.
The Mirror previously reported that Arsenal are chasing highly-rated Ipswich right-back Dylan Crowe.
The 17-year-old starred for England during the U17 World Championships this summer and despite the fact he is yet to make his first-team debut for Ipswich, it hasn’t stopped the likes of Borussia Dortmund, RB Leipzig and now Arsenal being linked with him.
In what could prove to be a relatively risk-free signing, what could the future hold in regards to this transfer…
Hector Bellerin must watch out
Hector Bellerin has massively improved this season, like most of his team-mates under the new boss. Before, the Spaniard was too keen to attack, rather than comply with his defensive duties, which often left the Gunners exposed.
He has since learned his lesson and Bellerin will need to keep these high level of performances going, should he stop the ever-improving Dylan Crowe from retaining a first-team place.
Crowe could be the Gunners right-back for years to come
At just 17, already many are raving about the Englishman and his performances for his country who exactly why.
With pace, attacking talent and defensive ability already accomplished at his age, Arsenal could be the side to better him as an all-round footballer and then give him the platform to go on to be the Gunners right-back for years to come.
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