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Reports in England suggest that Arsenal are “keeping an eye” on the Eddie Nketiah situation amid talk of the Gunners recalling him from his loan spell (via Football.London).
It was a lightning start to life at Leeds United for Eddie Nketiah with three goals in his four appearances for the Championship side.
Leeds beat out a number of rival sides to secure Nketiah on a season-long loan deal to aid his development as a player.
Things have slowed down since then for Nketiah who still hasn’t started a match for the side.
There was even talk over the weekend that the Gunners were considering the decision to recall the Englishman from his loan spell.
However, Football.London has claimed that the Gunners’ loan manager Ben Knapper is simply ‘keeping an eye’ on the situation.
Reports suggest that Bristol City are keen to take Nketiah on loan should the Gunners decide to rescind the loan deal.
It’s an interesting story. Eddie Nketiah needs to play first-team football if he is to continue his development but he isn’t getting as much time on the pitch as either he or Arsenal would have liked. Still, there’s a lot of time left in the season and there’s a feeling that the Gunners will have another look at the situation in a few weeks’ time.