The Arsenal fans in the Transfer Tavern have been waxing lyrical over their young prodigy striker, Eddie Nketiah. The youngster played a pivotal role as England’s u21s waltzed to a 3-1 win over Scotland’s U21s in the semi-final of the Toulon tournament. The 19-year-old set up the Three Lions’ equaliser before grabbing two goals for himself as the pint-sized England side set up a final against Mexico’s U21s.
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) 6 June 2018
Eddie Nketiah is a name that has been rattling around for a while now. The youngster came off the bench against Norwich in the League Cup back in October and the equalising goal to send the game to extra-time before netting the winner just six minutes into the first period of added time. The youngster has since been a consistent feature on the Arsenal bench and fans have been calling for his development to be fast-tracked as they look ahead to a bright future under Unai Emery.
The 19-year-old poacher has goals aplenty in his boots and he’s showing that in abundance for the young England squad this summer, with a number of the nation’s senior players looking to emulate his goalscoring form in Russia. Nketiah managed 12 goals in his 13 appearances for Arsenal’s U23s in the Premier League 2 and the consistent goal-getting has convinced many that he deserves a shot with the Arsenal seniors going into the new season.
You can read our local Gunners’ Nketiah verdict here:
Maybe Emery will give him more chances
— KING (@_IKENNA_) June 6, 2018
THATS MY BOY
— T (@NketiahEra) 6 June 2018
He BETTER get minutes next season
— Memmz-G (@Mehmet_Gzbk) June 6, 2018
Grow faster man, we need you in the first team already @EddieNketiah9
— Salman alsendi (@salman_alsendi) June 6, 2018
Eddie Inzaghi @EddieNketiah9 phenomenal with the positioning
— Magaji (@sheyinna) June 6, 2018
Two excellent goals from our Eddie,especially his first.
— Suzie #ArsenèLegend (@Suzagooner) 7 June 2018
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