The Reiss Nelson prediction Arsenal fans should be excited about after Bukayo Saka success

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Reiss Nelson has told Arsenal fans to remember Charlie Patino’s name as the young Gunner could be set for a bright future at the club.

Arsenal’s senior players have struggled so far this season, and have seen themselves plummet to the bottom of the Premier League after three convincing defeats in as many games to start the new campaign.

Their poor start follows up a below-par season last time out where Mikel Arteta’s side finished eighth and missed out on European football for the first time in 25 years.

However, Arsenal fans can be confident that the Gunners have more exceptional talents breaking through at Hale End, following in the footsteps of Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe in particular.

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According to the 21-year-old winger, Patino is a player Arsenal fans should be excited about.

“Remember the name,” Nelson wrote on Instagram, following Patino’s stellar performance in the under-21s 2-1 win over Swindon Town.

A previous prediction of Nelson’s has turned out well, too, as he foretold Saka’s rise to stardom while being interviewed by The Athletic’s David Ornstein back in 2018.

“There’s only one [player] you should watch out for: and it’s Saka,” he said.

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Nelson was also once tipped to be a future star at Arsenal, but after a lack of playing time and a couple of loans in recent years, the latest to Feyenoord in the Eredivisie – where he will play his football this season – the hype around him has slowly mellowed.

That being said, he still has plenty of time to turn it around at the Emirates, and if he can get to the level Arsenal fans know he’s capable of, then Patino, Saka and Smith Rowe won’t be the only ones destined for greatness at the Emirates.

Source by Football London

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